Not Only China, This Country Wants to Rise Up! Unfortunately not RI

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Yesterday, China announced economic growth data for the third quarter of 2020. Data shows that the economy of the Bamboo Curtain country is getting steadily on the path of revival. In the July-September 2020 period, China’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by 4.9% compared to the same period the previous year […]

US Recession, Dozens of Snapper Companies File for Bankruptcy

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – Recession United States economy (AS) made dozens of big companies broke. Jefferies Investment Bank estimates that the number of bankrupt companies rose 244 percent in July and August compared to the same period last year. The number of companies that went bankrupt in September is estimated to increase in line with […]

Hopefully RI is like Turkey, not India …

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Records, records and records. That is what happened when various countries announced economic growth data for the second quarter of 2020. However, it was not a positive record that was achieved, it was even the worst record. Yesterday, two developing countries of the G20, namely Turkey and India, announced the data […]

Indonesia is one step away from a recession, Sri Mulyani asks not to give up

Jakarta – Indonesia is currently on the brink of an economic recession. If in the third quarter of 2020 the economy is negative again, the Indonesian economy is officially in a recession. However, as state treasurer and guardian of Indonesia’s economy, Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati emphasized that the government would not fly the […]

Sri Mulyani’s Response to the Republic of Indonesia Is Just One Piece More Recession

Jakarta – The condition of the Indonesian economy is said to be at the gate of recession. Just an inch away, Indonesia will join other countries that have already experienced recession. Like Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand to Malaysia. This is because the Indonesian economy in the third quarter of 2020 is predicted to grow minus […]

Some Notes on the British Recession … page all

KOMPAS.com – The UK economy is shrinking 20.4 percent compared to the first three months of this year. This pushed the country into the brink of its first technical recession, since 2009. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the government was grappling with something unprecedented and full of uncertainty. Meanwhile, shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds blamed Prime Minister […]

2 ASEAN Countries Recession, Who Will Be Threatened Following?

Jakarta – Two ASEAN countries are experiencing recession due to the economic crisis that occurred amid the Corona pandemic. Singapore and the Philippines have officially entered into the brink of recession. After the two countries, the recession still looms over the economies of ASEAN countries. Not only Singapore and the Philippines, several other countries are […]

Philippines Recession, Minus Economic Growth 16.5 Percent

MANILA, KOMPAS.com – The Philippine economy recorded the deepest contraction in the second quarter of 2020. The Philippine government has also revised down its economic growth projections for 2020 as a result of the policy lockdown due to the corona virus pandemic. Reporting from Bloomberg, Friday (7/8/2020), the Philippine economic growth was minus 16.5 percent […]

3 Suggestions for You Not to Get Rid of a Recession When a Recession Arrives

Jakarta – The shadow of a recession in Indonesia became clearer after BPS yesterday announced that the second quarter economy had contracted by 5.3%. The recession will become a reality if in the third quarter the Indonesian economy experiences another contraction. There are a number of suggestions for the community so that they can stay […]

Singapore and South Korea Recession, RI Needs to be Wary

Jakarta – The economic recession caused by the Corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) is becoming more apparent. After Singapore, this time it is South Korea’s (South Korea) turn and it is not impossible to hit Indonesia. The economic recession was reflected in a minus economy for two consecutive quarters. Like South Korea, for example, the economy […]