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PT. Indofarma (Persero) Tbk. is a State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) engaging in the pharmaceutical industry. According to the Articles of Association, the purpose and objective of the establishment of the Company is to provide products and / or services with good quality and strong competitiveness in the felds of pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, medical devices and optimal use of the resources of the Company to produce products and/or services of good quality, strong competitiveness, and the pursuit of proft in order to increase the Company’s value by applying the principles of limited liability companies.
Sucofindo is the first inspection institution in Indonesia and was established on October 22, 1956. The Indonesian government is the major shareholder with 95 percent ownership, while the Societe Generale de Surveillance Holding SA (SGS) holds the remaining 5 percent.
Sucofindo started our business operation in trading, particularly agricultural commodities, in facilitating export-import of goods, and in securing national income from international trading.
Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) is one of the largest state-owned banks in Indonesia. Initially, Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) was established in Purwokerto, Central Java by Raden Bei Aria Wirjaatmadja under the name of De Poerwokertosche Hulp en Spaarbank der Inlandsche Hoofden or "Help and Savings Bank of the Aristocrats in Purwokerto", a financial institution which served people of the Indonesian nationality (the natives). The institution was incorporated on December 16, 1895, which later becomes the anniversary of BRI.
Since August 1, 1992, under the Banking Law No. 7 year 1992 and Regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia No. 21 year 1992, BRI’s status has been changed into a limited liabilities company. At that time, BRI’s ownership was still in the hand of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia for 100%. In 2003, the Indonesian Government decided to sell 30% of the bank’s shares, and therefore the bank became a public company under the official name of PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk., which is still used until now.
Telkom Group is the only state-owned telecommunications enterprise as well as telecommunications and network service providers in Indonesia. Telkom Group serves millions of customers throughout Indonesia with a complete range of telecommunications services that includes fixed wireline and fixed wireless connections, mobile communications, networking and interconnection services and Internet and data communication services. Telkom Group also provides various services in the field of information, media and edutainment, including cloud-based and server-based managed services, e-Payment services and IT enabler, e-Commerce and other portal services.
The history of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II began from the decision of the government of Republic of Indonesia in 1960 to establish State Enterprise of Pelabuhan I to Pelabuhan VIII as the managing parties for the sea ports all over Indonesia based on Government Regulation No. 19 / 1960 on public port management conducted by the port management agency (BPP). On 22nd February 2012, PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Pelindo II has launched a new identity and tranformed to became Indonesia Port Corporation or IPC. A leading provider of port services in Indonesia are more efficient and modern in many aspects of its operations in order to achieve the goal of being world class port operator.
Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi / The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was established by Act No. 30 of 2002 on the Corruption Eradication Commission, the Commission was given the mandate to combat corruption in a professional, intensive and continuous. KPK is an independent state agency, in carrying out its duties and authorities are free from any power.
KPK was not established to take over the task of eradicating the corruption of institutions that existed previously. Explanation legislation mentions the role of the Commission as a trigger mechanism, which means pushing or as a stimulus to efforts to combat corruption by institutions that have been there before to be more effective and efficient.