Optimizing Indonesia's role as the G20 presidency in the efforts of economic recovery post COVID-19 pandemic
Juli Tri Kisworini, Fifiana Wisnaeni
The Covid-19 virus pandemic that has hit the world has caused the collapse of the economy in many countries, one of the reasons is the policy of limiting activities due to the considerable risk of transmission of the Covid-19 virus. In responding to situations like this, countries feel the need to cooperate between countries. The presence of the G20 as a forum for international cooperation that had previously existed was also used by G20 member countries to overcome various problems due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The G20 has a significant role in overcoming various crises in the world. The above statement can be proven by the G20's ability to produce policies and international regulations to overcome the 2008 economic crisis. Indonesia has the opportunity to become the G20 Presidency in 2022, so this is an opportunity to introduce Indonesia to the international community and post-war economic recovery. The Covid-19 pandemic requires various strategic efforts and steps to be taken, including Sustainable Finance, International Taxation or International Taxation, Financial Inclusion: Digital Financial Inclusion and SME Finance, Payment System in the Digital Era, Exit Strategy to Support Recovery, which aims to protect developing countries that are in a period of economic recovery from the effects of spillover exit policies that have been implemented by countries whose economies have recovered. These strategic policies are expected to be able to create a multiplier effect, so not many countries in the world can face the economic crisis well.
Juli Tri Kisworini, Fifiana Wisnaeni. Optimizing Indonesia's role as the G20 presidency in the efforts of economic recovery post COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2022, Pages 124-128