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2 Indonesian Women named among The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes


Jakarta, IO – Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati placed 47th and state-owned oil and gas company Pertamina president director Nicke Widyawati took the No 51 spot, per Suara, Thu (7/12).

In compiling the list, Forbes uses four criteria: money (wealth), media (popularity), impact and influence on the environment.

Sri Mulyani is noted for her fiscal management acumen in increasing the state revenues through tax reform by creating the e-filling online system and improving tax compliance.

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She is also deemed successful in advocating for gender equality, especially in the global political arena when she served as the managing director of the World Bank.

Meanwhile, Nicke was recognized for her prowess in leading the largest oil and gas company in Asia. She helmed the energy management task force when Indonesia chaired the G20 in 2022. She also plays a pivotal role in determining the national oil and gas policy directions. (un)


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