Green economy for Indonesia

Green economy is defined by the United Nations Environment Programmed (UNEP) as a form of economic growth which has three characteristics, namely low-carbon, resource efficiency and social inclusiveness. Development of a green economy is a concept that seeks to combine welfare and equality, along with reducing environmental risks and ecological damage. The emergence of a green economy, according to Holmgren, cannot be separated from the increased focus on cross-sectoral approach and sustainable development in international circles.

In implementing the green economy, it is important to understand the multiple functions of forests in maintaining various aspects of life and livelihood. Contribution of forestry to the green economy, among others, should be done by placing forest productivity in line with conservation functions, and puts the contribution of forests to livelihoods in line with environmental services. Therefore, in order to effectively support the forestry sector, green growth. The perspective of the forest should be put in the forest broader development goals and contribute to social life. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2012 grew by 6.23 percent compared to the year 2011. Growth occurred in all economic sectors, with the highest growth in the transport and communications sector is 9.98 percent and the lowest in the Mining and Quarrying sector is 1.49 percent. While, Without Oil GDP grew 6.81 percent in 2012. Magnitude of Indonesia's GDP in 2012 at current prices reached Rp8.241, 9 trillion, while at constant prices (in 2000) reached Rp2.618,1 trillion. On a quarterly basis, fourth-quarter GDP Indonesia 2012 compared to the third quarter of 2012 (q-to-q) fell by 1.45 percent, but when compared to the fourth quarter of 2011 (y-on-y) grew by 6.11 percent. Indonesia's economic growth in 2012 according to the terms of usage occurs in Component Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) of 9.81 percent, followed by Household Consumption Expenditure Components 5.28 percent, Component Exports of Goods and Services 2.01 percent, Consumption and Expenditure Components government which grew 1.25 percent. While, as a reduction of component imports grew by 6.65 percent. In 2012, GDP (current prices) is used to meet the Household Consumption Expenditure Components by 54.56 per cent, Government Consumption Expenditure Components 8.89 percent, Component of gross fixed capital formation or investment Physical Component 33.16 percent, 24.26 percent and Export Components Component Imports 25.81 percent. GDP per capita at current prices in 2012 reached Rp33, 3 million (U.S. $ 3,562.6), an increase compared to GDP per capita in 2011 reached Rp30,4 million (U.S. $ 3,498.2). 57.51 per cent of the GDP of the fourth quarter of 2012 contributed by the island of Java, with the largest being the order of three provinces: DKI Jakarta, East Java and West Java. Quantitatively, the activities in the secondary and tertiary sectors are still concentrated in Java, while the primary sector activities more played by outside Java.



Pendidikan Profesional Lanjutan (PPL) 2013

Merujuk  Peraturan Menteri Keuangan Nomor 125/PMK.01/2008 tentang Jasa Penilai Publik yang dalam pasal 36 menyatakan bahwa Penilai Publik wajib mengikuti Pendidikan Profesional Lanjutan (PPL) yang diselenggarakan dan/atau yang diakui oleh Asosiasi Profesi dan Pusat Pembinaan Akuntan dan Jasa Penilai (PPAJP).

Masyarakat Profesi Penilai Indonesia (MAPPI) bekerjasama dengan PPAJP berencana menyelenggarakan PPL yang berkaitan dengan Pembinaan dan Pengawasan sebanyak 6 (enam) kali penyelenggaraan, dimana setiap kali pelaksanaanya berlangsung selama 2 (dua) hari.

1. Regulasi tentang Jasa Penilai Publik;
2. Konsep dan Prinsip Umum Penilaian (KPUP);
3. Kode Etik Penilai Indonesia (KEPI); dan
4. Standar Penilaian Indonesia (SPI).
5. PPPI 18 (Penilaian Dalam Rangka Pengadaan Tanah Bagi Pembangunan Untuk Kepentingan Umum).
Pelaksanaan PPL tersebut yang akan dilaksanakan pada:
1.  Kamis s/d Jum’at,   2 – 3 Mei 2013
2.  Kamis s/d Jum’at, 16 – 17 Mei 2013
3.  Kamis s/d Jum’at, 30 – 31 Mei 2013
4.  Kamis s/d Jum’at, 13 – 14 Juni 2013
5.  Kamis s/d Jum’at, 20 – 21 Juni 2013
6.  Kamis s/d Jum’at,   4 – 5 Juli 2013
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Acquisition is a business

Competition amongst companies already tight, this resulted in the company is expected to increase its business excellence strategy. This strategy can be achieved by fixing the internal condition of the company, by improving the management strategy of the company and with external expansion.
 External expansion can be done with a business combination or union of two or more separate companies into a single economic entity, in which the type of merger can take the form of mergers and acquisitions. Merger is a merger of two or more companies in which one company is being kept alive another company liquidated. Assets and liabilities are liquidated company taken over by a company that is still standing.

Acquisition is a business combination in which one company, the acquirer obtaining control over the net assets and operations of acquired companies. Acquisition is often regarded as an investment in a subsidiary that is a mastery of the majority of shares of other companies that create parent and child relations firm. In Indonesia, mergers and acquisitions carried out because of financial factors, and desires to reduce the burden of liability to third parties. Regardless of the reasons behind the activity to conduct merger and acquisitions, the most important thing is how the company will perform acquisition determine the value of the company and do business on the company's valuation to be taken it over, and assessment methods will be applied in the assessment of a company's business will be bought?