MOF: Govt spending in 2023 tops Rp3,041.7T

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Sri Mulyani
Press conference on financial notes and national budget draft (RAPBN) 2023 at the Taxation Directorate General on Tuesday (15/8). (IO/Dumaz Artadi)

Second, to support the acceleration of basic infrastructure development and economic transformation (ICT, connectivity, energy, food), including the development of new administrative capital Nusantara.

“Rp392.0 trillion is aimed at accelerating infrastructure development to spur economic transformation and new growth centres,” said Sri.

Third, bureaucratic reform to realize a good, clean and more efficient bureaucracy.

“The health sector will receive Rp169.8 trillion to improve health services towards universal health coverage and improve maternal and child health, stunting reduction, support the independence and competitiveness of the pharmaceutical industry, as well as increase the effectiveness and efficiency of drugs, food and medical devices monitoring,” said Sri.

Meanwhile, Rp479.1 trillion will be allocated for social protection aimed at accelerating poverty reduction, including extreme poverty, developing human resources in the long run, and improving public welfare.