Indonesia's government is committed to ramp-up whole genome sequencing and other bioresearch to discover new variants and produce vaccines which will be facilitated by the newly developed genomic research centre.
Local and international enterprises are collaborating to expand the use of data centres in Indonesia as part of an effort to improve the infrastructure ecosystem.
The Financial Services Authority has prepared measures that will immediately strengthen the banking industry's digital resilience in an effort to address increasing cyber risks and other digital issues in the fintech sector.
In Indonesia, one of the most disaster-prone countries, the development of innovations and technology to mitigate disasters is crucial to improve the country's preparedness and capacity in the face of disasters.
Indonesia continues to implement climate change mitigation initiatives, which are essential to reducing carbon emissions and reaching the carbon-neutral target by 2060. Hence, the Indonesian government encourages the use of bio aviation turbine fuels in the air transportation sector.
As part of the country’s efforts to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2060, Indonesia plans to deploy an additional 4,680MW of solar power by 2030.
Indonesia is said to be one of the fastest-growing digital economies in Southeast Asia, which is likely due to the country's fintech sector and increased adoption of digital payments.
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