– President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) decided to revoke the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Now, Indonesia is in the transition from pandemic to endemic.

The Secretary General (Secretary General) of the Indonesian Young Entrepreneurs Association (HIPMI), Anggawira said that the COVID-19 endemic which is currently occurring throughout the world should be used as a momentum to accelerate the process of economic transformation in Indonesia.

He believes that the current situation is an opportunity for the country to increase the pace of its economic transformation.

“Right now it’s still important to be aware of the changes that will occur after the COVID-19 pandemic. When this pandemic is about to be revoked, its status will soon be revoked, as are regulations that provide certainty for business actors,” said Anggawira in Jakarta, Thursday, June 29, 2023.

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With the belief that Indonesia has successfully passed through this difficult period, the graduate of the Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) is optimistic that the country can pursue positive economic growth.

“The COVID-19 pandemic is not the end of everything. On the contrary, this is an important moment to accelerate our economic transformation process. Even though the current situation is still challenging, we must remain alert to the changes that will occur after this pandemic,” said Anggawira.

He also added that HIPMI as an organization that accommodates young Indonesian entrepreneurs is committed to supporting the government’s steps in accelerating economic transformation.

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And highlighting the importance of innovation, digitalization and adaptation to technological developments as key factors in achieving sustainable economic growth.

HIPMI as an organization that represents the voice of young Indonesian entrepreneurs has a strategic role in helping drive this economic transformation.

In this case, they hope that the government can provide adequate support for business actors, especially in creating policies that encourage innovation and investment in various sectors.

“Kira must continue to adapt to market changes and take advantage of opportunities that arise. It really needs to collaborate between the private sector and the government to create an ecosystem that is conducive to business growth,” said Anggawira.

With high spirits, HIPMI hopes that joint efforts to accelerate economic transformation after the Covid-19 pandemic will have a positive impact on the Indonesian economy and encourage sustainable growth. ()

By Chavez

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