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Thursday October 02nd 2014, 1:21 pm
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Launching National Non-Cash Movement in IPB Thursday, October 2, 2014
Thursday, October 02 2014

image of newsThe launching of the National Bon-Cash Movement (GNNT) by the government recently is now socialized at Bogor Agricultural University (IPB). Thousands of academic society, mostly students, to be present in the Grand Launching of GNNT at Graha Widya Wisuda (GWW), (29/9).

Non-cash transactions are more secure from fraud and theft. Other benefits include a practical, transparent, efficient, and wider access and more accurate economic planning. IPB is also committed to a successful implementation of this program. Vice Rector for Resources and Strategic Studies, Prof. Dr. Herman Siregar, in his speech said, IPB is committed to the success of this GNNT among the academic society. According to him, in comparison with the ASEAN countries, electronic payment in Indonesia is still low. Therefore, the application of non-cash payments is still very potential to expand.

Meanwhile, an official of Bank Indonesia (BI) Nuryanti Ida said, BI as an initiator of GNNT encourages and expects all parties to cooperate for the success of this program. “We hope both central and local governments and banks can work together well so that in the future there will be more and more people switching from cash to non-cash transactions.

Launching, held in the afternoon, appeared to be a festive with the performance of Lyla Ban. Present for the event were a number of BI officials, banking officials, IPB officials inclufinh Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs Prof. Yonny Koesmaryono, Deand, Heads of the Departments, and Head of Administration. (Mtd).


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