Job Creation Law derivative regulation supporting MSME growth: KSP

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The implementation of the Job Creation Law through its derivative regulation, Government Regulation (PP) No. 7/2021, has helped expedite the growth of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), the Presidential Staff Office (KSP) has said.

PP No. 7/2021 on cooperatives and MSME convenience, protection, and empowerment has provided major support to MSMEs in various aspects, Head of the KSP’s job creation law monitoring and evaluation (Monev) team, Edy Priyono, informed.

These aspects include assistance in obtaining capital, permits, certification, marketing support, and partnership encouragement, he said in a statement issued on Saturday.

In addition, the KSP lauded the Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Ministry for encouraging the implementation of PP No. 7 of 2021.

In terms of permits, the government has helped 1.3 million micro and small enterprises (MSEs) obtain business identification numbers (NIBs) through the Online Single Submission Risk-Based Approach (OSS-RBA).

MSMEs have also received legal assistance and counseling, Priyono, who is also KSP’s main expert staff, added.

Legal counseling is being provided to micro-enterprises in 15 provinces and has been availed of by 600 micro and small enterprises.

“The Cooperatives and SMEs Ministry is also providing legal assistance to 18 micro-enterprises through advocates and LBHs (Legal Assistance Institutions),” Priyono informed.

To provide promotional spaces to MSMEs, the ministry has encouraged partnerships between micro and small enterprises with terminal managers through MoU inking with several ministries.

Currently, MSMEs’ promotional provision at various public facilities has reached 30 percent, he noted.

As of the end of June 2022, the Cooperatives and SMEs Ministry has expedited data gathering for MSMEs’ single database. Data on at least 857,281 MSMEs from 226 districts or cities and 33 provinces has been recorded in the database so far.

To bolster the competency of MSME human resources, the government is proactively providing training on various aspects such as vocation, e-commerce, financial management, and training for competency-based micro-enterprises.

As of July, 1,110 entrepreneurs have participated in such training. 

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