Ministry of Finance Bids Nissan for BMW Cars, Limit Starts at IDR 288 Million

Ministry of Finance Bids Nissan for BMW Cars, Limit Starts at IDR 288 Million, JAKARTA – Ministry of Finance (Ministry of Finance) through General Directorate of Government Properties (DJKN) is doing it again auction for four-wheeled vehicles, aka cars, for BMW and Nissan brands.

Reporting from the official Instagram @ditjenkn, several Offices of Property and Auction Service (KPKNL) held public property auctions (BMN) for cars.

“The auction of goods becomes the property of the state, old customs and tax measures,” wrote @ditjenkn, quoted on Tuesday (5/12/2023).

Starting with one BMW 528i A/T sedan that will be auctioned by KPKNL Makassar on December 6, 2023.

The 2014 black metallic car will be auctioned with an auction guarantee deposit (UJL) of IDR 144 million and a limit value of IDR 288 million.

Meanwhile, Pontianak KPKNL will auction two cars game on December 14, 2023.

Firstthe Nissan Silvia S15 two-door sports car will be auctioned by UJL for IDR 200 million with a limit auction value of IDR 652.46 million. Secondi.e. BMW M3 Coupe E92 with UJL worth IDR 300 million and a limit value of IDR 1.03 billion.

The auction of these two sports cars will be held via from 14.00 – 15.00 WIB and the open bidding will be held on open electronic auction bidding.

Earlier, Director General of Government Assets Rionald Silaban revealed that from 2023 to October, the government held auctions and reached IDR 33.1 trillion.

The main value of the auction also contributed to the government’s non-tax revenue (PNBP) worth IDR 682 billion.

“The performance of the national auction until October 2023 has reached IDR 682 billion for PNBP auction fees. “The auction head has reached IDR 33.1 trillion,” he said at the Mutual Bandha Award, Wednesday (22/11/2023).

On the other hand, the Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that auctions are important, because now not only in bidding, but also used to recover the government’s financial rights from law enforcement officers (APH), such as looted goods. from government-owned assets.

“Then we can restore the financial rights of the government. “That is one of the areas where APH and law enforcement agencies want to continue to cooperate so that the process of dealing with nationalized assets and auctioning them will be effective, the quality of the assets will not continue to decline,” he said.

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