Update COVID-19 in Indonesia: 4,223,094 confirmed infections, 142,413 deaths (06 October 2021)
17 October 2021 (closed)
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On Thursday (07.10.2021) Indonesia Investments released its September 2021 report. This report discusses a range of subjects - related to political developments, the economy and social matters - that were influential in Indonesia in the month of September 2021.
As usual, our report presents an update on the COVID-19 crisis in Indonesia and on the economy (specifically looking into several key macroeconomic indicators that shed some light into the strength of the Indonesian economy in Q3-2021).
Other topics in the report include the US Federal Reserve's looming tapering as it seeks to wind down its bond-buying program in the next couple of months. We especially zoom in on the question of how tapering will impact on Indonesia's financial markets.
We also zoom in on a new regulation related to rooftop photovoltaic power stations (rooftop PV systems). The Indonesian government aims to boost the role of renewable energy in the country's energy mix by encouraging households and businesses to put solar panels on their roofs. Solar power can indeed play a role in the energy needs of Indonesia.
Another article in the report discusses the 'failed' Norway-Indonesia deforestation deal that was unilaterally canceled by Indonesia as it seemingly became frustrated that Norway failed to transfer a result-based payment.
To see a complete list of topics that are discussed in the September 2021 edition, you can click on the link below.
The September 2021 report can be ordered by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or a message to +62.882.9875.1125 (including WhatsApp).
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