Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The end of January, the Roadmap E-commerce So the National Program

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JAKARTA, The government, through the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs has set a roadmap of e-commerce Indonesia. The plan is the roadmap that will be used as a national program in late January 2016.
The decision was set out in a coordination meeting between the Minister for Economic Affairs Nasution with the Minister of Communication and Information Rudiantara, Minister of Planning Djalil, Kenteri Finance Bambang Brodjonegoro, Trade Minister Thomas Lembong, Head of Creative Economy Triawan Munaf, as well as Bank Indonesia Deputy Governor Ronald Waas.
Meetings are held on Thursday (01/16/2016) night was also attended by a number of Echelon 1 and 2 of the ministries or agencies, representatives of E-commerce Association of Indonesia (IDEA), PT Pos Indonesia as well as representatives of the Association of Indonesian Shipping Services (Asperindo).
Head of Information and Public Relations Kemenkominfo, Ismail Cawidu in its official statement mentions three keputasan taken there.
First, the formalization roadmap e-commerce. Secondly, the appointment of Programme Management Unit (PMU) for mengordinasi ministries or agencies in the implementation of the roadmap. Thirdly, the form of the official launch of the roadmap plan at the end of January.
Formalization of e-commerce roadmap had actually started earlier formulated since December 2014, as a follow up of the directives President so that the industry can grow.
There are two states as a reference the development of e-commerce in the country, namely the United States and China. Each with a completely different model, one driven by the private sector, while others are driven entirely by the government.
Then on 10 April 2015 and held a workshop to develop the six areas of e-commerce that requires cooperation among stakeholders. The area is a matter of financing, taxation, consumer protection, telecommunications infrastructure, logistics, as well as aspects of education and human resources.
Implementation of the roadmap is expected to help raise the value of e-commerce industry is expected the country will reach 130 billion US dollars or equivalent to Rp 1,818 trillion in 2020.