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JAKARTA – Factories across Indonesia that have obtained permits enabling them to work throughout the pandemic are being reminded to complete weekly operational reports and share these with the governments if they’re to continue to operate, as findings show that only 51 per cent of companies are complying at present.

Since September, the government has issued more than 18,000 operational and mobility permits with the agreement that companies will execute routine inspections and reports to ensure stringent health protocols are being upheld.

Businesses are now being warned that a failure to comply with these audits may cost them their permits, compromising the jobs of millions of people in the country.

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