Minister of Finance: Never get tired of loving Indonesia Minister of Finance: Never get tired of loving Indonesia

Minister of Finance: Never get tired of loving Indonesia

Minister of Finance: Never get tired of loving Indonesia  Depok (ANTARA) - The Indonesian Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Ph.D., who was present online at the opening of the Introduction to Campus Life for New Students (PKKMB) Universitas Indonesia (UI) in 2022 gave advice to students so that they never get tired of loving. Indonesia.  This was said by Sri Mulyani when delivering a material entitled "Globalization and the Role of Students in Supporting the Competitiveness of the Indonesian Nation", Monday.  Sri Mulyani hopes that UI, as the only university (PT) that bears the name of the state, will be at the forefront of playing an important role in increasing the nation's competitiveness. The goal is to make the Indonesian economy stable and able to adapt to global changes.  He also explained that the COVID-19 pandemic is a global phenomenon that has a wide impact in several aspects, including the country's economy. According to him, referring to the last three years, the COVID-19 pandemic is the most powerful phenomenon in the last 100 years in the world.  Besides having an impact on health, the pandemic has caused the majority of countries in the world to experience a decline, both in social, economic and financial aspects.  From an economic perspective, for example, the Indonesian government announced that it had experienced a sharp decline in economic growth, increased inflation, and increased cost of goods since the COVID-19 pandemic. However, thanks to the efforts of all elements, including the community, health workers, and the government, Indonesia is one of the most successful countries in dealing with COVID-19 cases.  Sri Mulyani said that Indonesia's success in handling COVID-19 cases could not be separated from various government programs, such as the implementation of vaccinations, the implementation of PPKM, the implementation of the 5 M, and many others.  Even though Indonesia has successfully handled the pandemic, now Indonesia has to face a new challenge, namely rising global energy prices due to the Ukraine-Russia geopolitical conflict.  "The COVID-19 pandemic has provided valuable lessons and momentum to build structural reforms to build foundations in Indonesia," said Sri Mulyani, an alumni of the University of Indonesia's Faculty of Business Economics class 1981.  From COVID-19, Indonesia has learned many things, such as the importance of innovation in work patterns. in order to remain productive in the midst of limited physical mobility, economic transformation for production capacity and competitiveness, the importance of improving programs to be more compatible with new habits, and making everyone aware, only by working together can policies be strong, so as to accelerate socio-economic, monetary, fiscal recovery , finance and others.*

Depok (ANTARA) - The Indonesian Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Ph.D., who was present online at the opening of the Introduction to Campus Life for New Students (PKKMB) Universitas Indonesia (UI) in 2022 gave advice to students so that they never get tired of loving. Indonesia.

This was said by Sri Mulyani when delivering a material entitled "Globalization and the Role of Students in Supporting the Competitiveness of the Indonesian Nation", Monday.

Sri Mulyani hopes that UI, as the only university (PT) that bears the name of the state, will be at the forefront of playing an important role in increasing the nation's competitiveness. The goal is to make the Indonesian economy stable and able to adapt to global changes.

He also explained that the COVID-19 pandemic is a global phenomenon that has a wide impact in several aspects, including the country's economy. According to him, referring to the last three years, the COVID-19 pandemic is the most powerful phenomenon in the last 100 years in the world.

Besides having an impact on health, the pandemic has caused the majority of countries in the world to experience a decline, both in social, economic and financial aspects.

From an economic perspective, for example, the Indonesian government announced that it had experienced a sharp decline in economic growth, increased inflation, and increased cost of goods since the COVID-19 pandemic. However, thanks to the efforts of all elements, including the community, health workers, and the government, Indonesia is one of the most successful countries in dealing with COVID-19 cases.

Sri Mulyani said that Indonesia's success in handling COVID-19 cases could not be separated from various government programs, such as the implementation of vaccinations, the implementation of PPKM, the implementation of the 5 M, and many others.

Even though Indonesia has successfully handled the pandemic, now Indonesia has to face a new challenge, namely rising global energy prices due to the Ukraine-Russia geopolitical conflict.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has provided valuable lessons and momentum to build structural reforms to build foundations in Indonesia," said Sri Mulyani, an alumni of the University of Indonesia's Faculty of Business Economics class 1981.

From COVID-19, Indonesia has learned many things, such as the importance of innovation in work patterns. in order to remain productive in the midst of limited physical mobility, economic transformation for production capacity and competitiveness, the importance of improving programs to be more compatible with new habits, and making everyone aware, only by working together can policies be strong, so as to accelerate socio-economic, monetary, fiscal recovery , finance and others.*

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