Sunday, December 21, 2008

Ask KADIN 9 Recommendations

Facing the impact of the global economic crisis to the front, the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN) to the nine recommendations to the government and hope. Said Kadin General Chairman MS Hidayat in the General Assembly V Kadin with the theme 'Building Regional Economic Resurrection for National Economy' at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Senayan, Jakarta, Sunday (21/12).

The contents of these recommendations include:
First, stabilize the economy by stabilitasi maintain stability of the rupiah, restore inter-bank transactions, and the availability of liquidity and adequate funding for the business sector.

Second, according to Hidayat, providing signs regulations to prevent financial problems that have the potential systemic mechanisms with a clear and can be immediately implemented if the drisis banking liquidity.

Third, the stimulus package to accelerate the availability of a significant and include tax incentives for the sector of labor and the SME and the acceleration of the tax restitution.

Fourth, accelerate the implementation of effective fiscal expansion, especially for optimal absorption of infrastructure development, education and health.

Fifth, to accelerate the implementation of the policies of agro sector, food energy through close coordination between ministries and antaar center and the regions.

Sixth, the government also asked to review the tax return with a goal penrurnan or tax exemptions for certain goods to increase domestic demand.

Seventh, encourage the acceleration of the implementation of infrastructure projects that hit many obstacles, and the development of creative industries.

Eighth, to the opportunity cost of logistics dipelabuhan efficiency, cost klistrik peak hours and so forth and rationalization of various fees and charge both decided and the region.

Ninth, continue to promote Thailand as a place to make investment attractive and protection of the domestic market from contraband goods mellaui mechanism that the WTO agreed.