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Investigators from the Attorney General's Office (AGO) have examined the President Director of PT Panasia Indosyntex, now named PT Panasia Indo Resources Tbk, Enrico Haryono, regarding the port mafia case. The textile company boss was asked to testify as a witness. The head of the AGO's Legal Information Center, Ketut Sumedana, stated that Enrico Haryono was asked to testify as a witness related to the alleged corruption case of the bonded zone port mafia and the ease of import for export destinations (KITE) at the Ports of Tanjung Priok and Tanjung Emas for the 2015-2021 period.

 

In connection with the significant cumulative price increase, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) temporarily suspended or suspended the shares of PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (BELL). Therefore, in the context of cooling down, the IDX deems it necessary to temporarily suspend BELL shares starting from the first trading session on Thursday, May 12, 2022.

 

Bekasi Regency still ranks first in the realization of foreign investment (PMA) and domestic investment (PMDN) throughout West Java in the January-March 2022 reporting period. In the quarterly report earlier this year, Bekasi Regency recorded the realization of PMA and PMDN of more than from IDR 16 Trillion or 41 Percent. In second place is Karawang Regency with an investment realization of IDR 7.5 trillion, Bogor Regency IDR 3.8 trillion. After that, Bekasi City was followed by Rp. 2.2 trillion and Bandung City to Rp. 2.1 trillion.