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Working Programs


The Vice Chairman Coordinator of the Economy has 29 working program for 2023 that focuses on:

  • Assisting small and medium enterprises (UMKM) to level up
    The Vice Chairman Coordinator of Economy is now focused on small and medium enterprises to help level them up through the Inclusive Closed Loop program. Currently, entrepreneurship programs such as Wikiwirausaha and Wikiexport.jp serve as a connecting platform for the Inclusive Closed Loop.


  • Food resilience 
    Food resilience and stunting issues are one of the challenges for 2023. The stunting problem can be solved by increasing the amount of animal-based nutrition. Therefore, public policies related to the supply and demand of animal-based products are needed. Partnerships in the supply chain can be the first step before moving towards partnerships in a closed-loop ecosystem. Establishing partnerships with various sectors such as a collaboration with the Indonesian Retail Business Association also can be one of solutions.

Included in the coordination of the Economic Sector

  • SOE sector
  • Fiscal and Public Policy Sector
  • Manpower Sector
  • Industry Sector
  • Trade Sector
  • Agriculture Sector
  • Agrarian, Spatial and Industrial Estate Sector
  • National Development Planning Sector
  • Entrepreneurship Sector


SOE Programme

  1. Improving SOE-Private Synergy and Encouraging the Capacity of SOEs to Become Global Players. A blueprint for SOE-private synergy will be formulated by involving the relevant Vice Chairmen, then the results will be socialised and implemented.
  2. Encouraging the Acceleration of Certification of Skilled Workers and Experts. This will be done by determining the standardisation of skilled workers and experts, verifying certification, and monitoring and certifying the workforce so that it continues to grow.
  3. Improving experts with competence in construction innovation and technology - BIM (Building Information Model). This is done by analysing the understanding of the importance of BIM, socialising the importance of BIM digital infrastructure in the digital era, and creating BIM training and producing BIM experts.


Fiscal and Public Policy Programme

  1. Government Dialogue with Kadin Indonesia Stakeholders. This is done through inventory of problems/issues; intensity of dialogue/communication with the government and/or with Kadin members.
  2. Taxation, Customs and Excise, Fiscal, and Public Sector Policy Advocacy (including Socialisation of Regulations and Policies).


Manpower Sector Programme

  1.  Registered Nurse. Kadin will collaborate with the Ministry of Manpower and Embassies of destination countries, and standardise the workforce according to the needs of the international market.
  2. Industrial Relation Assessment Tools. Kadin will develop and test the validity of the tools.
  3. Kadin High-Level Update (Industrial Relations & Social Security Issues). The level of cooperation between companies and unions in creating harmonious industrial relations through collaborative programmes will be measured.
  4. Minimum Wage Determination. Kadin will monitor the minimum wage determination process by maintaining industrial competitiveness.


Industry Programme

  1. Closed Loop Small and Medium Industry (IKM). Kadin will encourage the participation of the number of SMEs participating in the Closed Loop programme, conduct training to increase industrial innovation and coaching clinics in the framework of the Innovation Award 2024.
  2. Increased Use of Domestic Products (P3DN) and Industrial Downstreaming. Kadin will encourage the use of TKDN-certified 3-wheeled electric vehicles for waste transportation in 31 provinces in Indonesia. The pilot project is conducted with a trial period of 6 months and replication of the programme in more regions.
  3. Electric Mobility Ecosystem Development. There will be socialisation of the incentive programme with associations and 2-wheeled electric vehicle manufacturers in order to build an ecosystem of electric vehicle users in Indonesia.
  4. Lighthouse Development of High Technology Manufacturing industry (Semiconductor). In addition to coordinating with ministries and agencies to support the construction of more semiconductor factories, Kadin encourages domestic and foreign investment for the construction of microchip factories in Indonesia.
  5. Acceleration of Halal Ecosystem Development and Halal Assurance System (HAS). Guidance and capacity building will be carried out for halal self-declaration. Where halal certification will still be carried out by the relevant ministry or institution.


Trade Sector Programme

  1. Strengthening market access for superior portfolios. Mapping and identification of potential international exhibitions and expos will be carried out.
  2. Strengthening Ecosystem and Supply Chain to Support Export Performance of Flagship Products.
  3. Synergise the 3 Sectors of Trade, Agriculture, and Industry to Increase Exports and Review Post-Border Transaction Regulations.


Agriculture Programme

  1. Inclusive Closed Loop Partnership. The vision of this programme is to increase national food security and improve the welfare of farmers and MSMEs. Kadin will provide policy recommendations for innovative financing, RnD/GMO.
  2. Downstreaming of Agriculture. The focus of this programme includes increasing added value, agriculture's contribution to energy security and achieving Indonesia's NDC.
  3. Accuracy of agricultural data, facilities and technology. Kadin supports the acceleration of One Map Policy and One Agricultural Data, the implementation of GMO and agricultural technology, and efforts to resolve overlapping land and licences.


Agrarian, Spatial and Regional Programmes

  1. Optimisation of Small and Medium Industry (SMI) Business Development in Industrial Estates (KI). This programme will be implemented through an inclusive partnership (Closed Loop) between large-scale industries and SMEs supported by Hi Tech systems.
  2. Acceleration of RDTR. Kadin encourages the government to realise the existence of District / City Spatial Detail Plans (RDTR) so that the implementation of the One Map Policy (National One Map Policy) and the OSS System can run with Sustainable Spatial Concept Plans (Acceleration of RDTR).
  3. Settlement of Industrial Location (LI) Issue. Kadin will encourage the resolution of the issue of the inclusion of Industrial Sites (LI), Industrial Estates (KI) and Housing / Settlements in Protected Rice Field Areas (LSD) in various provinces in Indonesia.
  4. Land Bank and Abandoned Land Cooperation. Kadin will work with the Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning to accelerate programmes related to the Land Bank and Abandoned Land to run well.
  5. Green Investment. In the context of spatial planning, this programme refers to efforts to allocate investment to environmentally sustainable projects in spatial planning, economic development and urban development.


National Development Planning Programme

  1. Cooperation with the Ministry of Development Planning/National Development Planning. Kadin will coordinate with Bappenas in the process of establishing a Major Project PMO, as well as collecting recommendations for leading sectors to be input to the preparation of the 2025-2029 RPJMN. 
  2. Stunting Eradication to Support the Achievement of Golden Indonesia 2045. Stunting eradication is a priority agenda in the 2019-2024 RPJMN. Together with the government and media, Kadin will conduct campaign and education activities.
  3. Digitalisation of the Micro Sector. Kadin will empower and digitalise micro merchants in public markets and other micro sectors to increase growth. Kadin will develop and implement INAmikro Apps 2.0 and conduct socialisation to MSME players.


Entrepreneurship Programme

  1. Digitalisation Training and Legalisation Assistance for MSME Documents. Processing of legal documents such as NIB, Halal Certificate, PIRT, HAKI, including Kadin KTA to strengthen MSME business institutions. In addition, Kadin will gather support from large companies to encourage digital capacity building of MSMEs.
  2. Certified Japan Export Training Through Wiki Export Japan Platform
  3. UMKM Award 2024. This programme was created as a form of appreciation for MSMEs that are part of the Inclusive Closed-Loop Partnership and have been upgraded with specified indicators.


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