In 2019, Siantar Top saw its net income soar 89% to Rp 482.6 billion. The company was also able to book an 11.75% growth in net income during the first semester of 2020, and is confident to achieve 10% of growth this year despite the pandemic.
The world is currently awakening from various forms of restrictions on their movement brought about in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. How the different countries fare remains to be seen, but there is no going back to life as it once was.
The last few months are a prequel to an impending global recession, putting many things to the test – but most of all, each country's public health administration and healthcare system are on the center stage.
What will the post-COVID recovery look like? How will the government and the private sector deal with rapidly mounting debts? What will it take to restore consumer confidence (and demand)? Is another Great Depression inevitable?
COVID-19 outbreak is putting the world in the middle of a global crisis – perhaps, the worst in the past two decades. For humankind, the pandemic is a war against humanity. While for businesses, the crisis is a shifting factor to the market as an impact o
The recent decline in crude oil prices has opened new opportunities for publicly listed shipping company PT Buana Lintas Lautan (BULL) as oil companies seek alternatives to store their storage while keeping them in the refinery
The Ministry of Finance has decided that 10% VAT will be imposed on digital products such as music streaming & film subscription, games, and online services coming from abroad - in order to create a level playing field to all business players.
The financing is divided into two projects, one for Indonesia's Social Assistance Reform Program and the other goes as COVID-19 Supplemental Financing for Indonesia's First Financial Sector Reform Development Policy Loan
Despite declining visitors for non-critical treatments, PT Medikaloka Hermina has been able to maintain the occupancy rate mainly due to the company’s decision to become one of the private hospitals that accept coronavirus patients
During the due diligence process, both controlling shareholders, which are the governors of West Java and Banten, has agreed to team up in business operations, primarily on supporting Bank Banten's liquidity needs