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Bank Indonesia has launched a cooperation with the Bank of Thailand that enables consumers and merchants in both countries to make and accept instant cross-border quick response (QR) payments for goods and services. This is in line with the principles of the ASEAN Central Bank Governors’ Meeting in April 2022 (which is one of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency Events) and Indonesia’s Payment System 2025 Visions. The Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS) and Thai QR codes will be used in this cooperation.

Crypto Boot Camp returns later this month after a successful series in 2021. This year, the virtual seminar series will provide insights on how the regulatory landscape is changing and discuss the future of crypto within the financial services sector, including practical considerations when integrating crypto into established financial services, significant legal and regulatory risk, NFTs, DeFi and growth in the sector.

On 21 June 2021, the first batch of four real estate investment trust funds in the field of infrastructure (REITs) were successfully listed at Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE). Over the past year, these products have operated smoothly, the supporting system has been continuously improved, investors have actively participated, and the market function has been gradually brought into play— realizing the phased targets of “a stable and good start”. In June 2022, the relevant person in charge of SZSE said that SZSE will promote the high-quality development of the infrastructure REITs market from five aspects, one of which is “continue to support QFII and RQFII to invest in domestic REITs products”.