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Merdeka Learning-Independence Campus (MBKM) is a program from the Ministry of Education and Culture chaired by Nadiem Anwar Makarim in order to prepare students for social, cultural, work and technological changes, so that student competencies must be prepared to be more mature with the needs of the times. . Because link and match is not only with the world of industry and the world of work, but also with a rapidly changing future. Not only students, in the Merdeka Learning-Independent Campus (MBKM) program,

The government in recent years has intensively knitted the hope of economic growth, through the development of Industrial Estates or Special Economic Zones (SEZs). A number of integrated areas have begun to be built in several regions of Indonesia. Areas that have geoeconomic and regional geostrategic advantages are given special facilities and incentives as investment attractions. The special area is then functioned to accommodate industrial activities, exports, imports, and other activities with high economic value. That way, when the area is operational, it can create jobs and improve the economy of the community and country.

The government targets that Indonesian authorities can complete the ratification of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement in the first quarter of 2022. A number of benefits or funds for Indonesia will be achieved. Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto explained that the RCEP trade agreement would bring various benefits. Among them are certainty and uniformity of trade rules, a more conducive investment climate, increased business opportunities for goods, services and investment.

 

Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that until now there are several debtors or big obligors of Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) who have not paid off their obligations to the state. One of the obligors mentioned by Sri Mulyani is the Texmaco Group. The government eventually confiscated 587 parcels of land covering an area of ​​4,794,202 square meters belonging to the Texmaco Group. The plots of land are located in 5 areas, namely Subang Regency, Sukabumi Regency, Pekalongan City, Batu City, and Padang City.

PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (BELL) is optimistic about 2022. The company has also prepared various strategies to continue to grow. One of BELL's strategies is to aggressively sell omnichannel, both online and offline. This was done considering that people's shopping patterns were slowly changing and becoming more diverse, so that BELL made good use of every opportunity. R Nurwulan Kusumawati, Corporate Secretary of BELL, said that, reflecting on the current conditions, BELL found good opportunities in omnichannel because malls have started operating normally and shops are almost completely open.