TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The most popular economic and business news until Wednesday evening, August 2, 2023, starting from the Founder of the National Battery Research Institute Evvy Kartini said the CEO Tesla, Elon Musk, is more interested in investing in Australia than in Indonesia. The reason is that the Kangaroo country is considered to have implemented the principles of clean energy from upstream to downstream.
Followed by a professor of transportation from the University of Indonesia Sutanto Soehodho, responding to the planned national strategic project (PSN) for the Jakarta-Surabaya Fast Train which will be discontinued. According to him, it seems that the government has not considered the Jakarta-Surabaya route as a strategic or priority project because it needs to be financed with a very large budget.
Next, PT Bintang Kupu-Kupu gave an explanation after their three liquid products under the brands Liu Shen Sui, Chi Chung Sui, and New Tay Pin San were withdrawn by BPOM from the market since May 15, 2023. Apart from these three brands, company management ensures that all products The other PT Bintang Kupu-Kupu was declared safe and had a Distribution Permit Number that was not cancelled.
Furthermore, the selection for Candidates for Civil Servants or CPNS 2023 will be opened in the near future. Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform (Menpan RB) Abdullah Azwar Anas said there were 1,030,751 Candidates for State Civil Apparatus (CASN) needed to fill vacant positions for employees in government circles.
Finally, Minister of Agriculture Syahrul Yasin Limpo said the government is preparing 500 thousand hectares of agricultural land to anticipate the effects of a prolonged drought due to El Nino.
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