UGM Faculty of Economic and Business, PP Kafegama, and ISEI Yogyakarta organized a webinar that invited Sri Mulyani, the Ministry of Finance (Menkeu), as a speaker on Thursday (1/4). The webinar raised a topic entitled, Investment and Fiscal Incentives: Perpres 10/221 and PMK 18/2021. She said that Indonesia's human resources must have a high level of technology adoption and careful regional planning.
Besides, she also added the importance of infrastructure and human resource (SDM) quality as the prominent basis to accomplish Indonesia as a developed country by 2045.
"To achieve its point, Indonesia must be able first to provide more advanced infrastructure and human resources with high quality," she said.
The issue of Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No. 10 of 221 concerning Investment Business, according to her, could encourage the business stakeholders to be competitive in order to support their business development. In this regulation, there was also a change on the negative investment list to be positive as an effort to enhance the investment climate in Indonesia. Besides Sri Mulyani, a governor of Bank Indonesia (BI) also attended the webinar. He emphasized that all the economic stakeholders and policymakers should be optimistic in order to expedite Indonesia to become a developed country by 2045. Collective support from the government, BI, and OJK regarding the economic policy are necessary to expedite the progress in accomplishing Indonesia Maju. Not only inviting both of the speakers, but there were also other sources such as the chairman of KADIN Indonesia, Rosan P. Roslani, Director of Tax Regulation 1, Directorate General of Taxation, Heru Yoga Cermat, and DDTC Tax Consultant, Darussalam invited to the webinar.