Despite the pressure and early criticisms, the Jokowi administration is on track to reform Indonesia, says trade minister at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015.
Yesterday news broke through local media that the Indonesian president was banning foreign acquisitions in several tech sectors. However, it’s not true.
Indonesia’s president Jokowi asked the nation’s head of creative economy to protect several local tech businesses from overseas acquisitions.
Indonesia is one of the most promising emerging tech markets in Asia, but still has a long way to go. Here’s what it can do to attract more foreign investors.
For the very first time, Indonesian government is taking on online feedback regarding new cabinet ministers for Joko Widodo’s presidency.
These days, everyone is curious to know the impact that the world’s social networking behemoths have on political campaigns. Earlier this week, Tech in Asia ran...
According to Google’s communication manager in Singapore Robin Moroney, Indonesia’s presidential election has created a noticeable stir on Google’s Top Trending...
The letter of intent states that the city has committed to provide a 200-hectare plot of land in Marunda, Central Jakarta, for the upcoming factory.