Confirmation Is The Right Step

JAKARTA, – Not only national banks, foreign banks operating in Indonesia also welcomed it validation UU all the law Create Work.

Corporate Banking Director of PT Bank DBS Indonesia, Kunardy Lie, said that the ratification of the omnibus law was the right step to attract investment into RI.

According to him, this could help Indonesia compete with other countries in attracting foreign investors and creating new jobs.

“I see (the ratification) an appropriate step. One of the objectives is to facilitate investment in Indonesia, increase employment, and so on,” Kunardy said in a virtual group interview, Thursday (8/10/2020).

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Kunardy said, Indonesia as a country with a demographic bonus, has a golden opportunity in advancing the labor market.

The entry of investors indirectly opens opportunities for workers to compete with other countries in terms of achievement and expertise.

“I think that it has a role in the right direction for the progress of our country. Indonesia has a large market, therefore we mustleverage This large market is not only a user, but must create value added, “he said.

Previously, national banks also welcomed the ratification of the Job Creation Law. President Director of PT Perusahaan Bank Negara Tbk (BTN) and Deputy Chairman of Perbanas, Pahala Nugraha Mansury said the Job Creation Law would have a positive impact on the banking world.

The law, which is alleged to attract investment, gives banks a wide opportunity to channel more financing. This is because many new businesses will develop after the investment is made.

“The more business, the more we finance,” said Pahala in a video conference on the Signing of the Cooperation Agreement between BTN and Koinworks, Thursday (8/10/2020).

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