Aldwin Yusgiantoro

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Aldwin Yusgiantoro
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In English

Aldwin is a senior analyst for AkarAsia. He recently graduated with a master’s degree in International Development Studies at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, specializing in private sector development. He received his B.A. in International Affairs from the University of Colorado at Boulder, focusing on Southeast Asian politics and economy.

In Balinese

Aldwin makarya pinaka Senior Analyst AkarAsia. Dane wau lulus untuk gelar Master Studi Pewangunan Internasional ring Elliott School of International Affairs University George Washington, sane kucukang ring pidabdab panglimbakan sektor swasta. Dane mikolihang gelar S.IP Hubungan Internasional saking Universitas Colorado ring boulder tur ngulengang petitis sajroning parindikan Politik Ian Ekonomi Asia Tenggara

In Indonesian

Aldwin bekerja sebagai senior analyst untuk AkarAsia. Ia baru lulus dengan gelar master dalam Studi Pembangunan Internasional di Elliott School of International Affairs Universitas George Washington, yang berspesialisasi dalam pengembangan sektor swasta. Dia menerima gelar S.IP dalam Hubungan Internasional dari Universitas Colorado di Boulder, dengan fokus pada politik dan ekonomi Asia Tenggara.

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Private sector development in Southeast Asia is fundamental to boosting growth and development in many countries in the ASEAN region. The influx of startups, as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the regions, have attracted the attention of numerous global investors and venture capitalists. It will help both developing and less developed countries advance and ultimately reduce poverty, increase employment, and have various positive multiplier effects in the countries. However, there are still many SMEs that are unable to thrive and grow due to their inability to access financing from banks. This commentary focuses on the underlying reasons why some SMEs lack access to finance, specifically in Vietnam. This research Identified three underlying reasons why there is a lack of access to finance and credits in Vietnam; nepotism in the banking industry, the role of gender, and unfriendly business climate for SMEs.
Frequent blackouts in Jakarta have a multiplier effect on the country’s national and economic security, as well as Jakarta’s development toward becoming a smart city. Two policy options for the government explained in this article would be to reform PLN management and introduce smart grid technology.
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