TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The latest news on economic and business channels began with the disbursement of direct cash assistance (BLT).BLT can be collected through the Post Office.The next news is about PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) which released a special train for millennials.Here are the four latest news on economics and business channels, Friday, September 23, 2022.1. How to Take BLT BBM Rp 600 thousand at the Post Office, Can Be Liquidated ImmediatelyThe government has been distributing Direct Cash Assistance or BLT BBM since the beginning of this month.Distribution of BLT BBM is a form of compensation for the increase in fuel prices.Even so, there are some people who still question how to get the Social Assistance (Bansos).For people who feel they are included in the category of BLT BBM recipients, it is better to know how to take the social assistance funds.To get the BBM Social Assistance, you can first complete the requirements and make sure you are registered as a recipient with the Ministry of Social Affairs.Next, you can take advantage of the BLT BBM disbursement place at the Post Office.Reporting from the indonesiabaik.id page, the BBM BLT was given to 20.65 million beneficiary families registered in the Social Welfare Integrated Data (DTKS) with a total budget of Rp 12.4 trillion.Apart from going through the Cekbansos.kemensos.go.id page, the way to withdraw the 2022 BBM BLT can be through the Post Office, which is easy and fast.Here are the steps that can be followed.2. KAI Releases Hype Trip Trains for Millennial Passengers, What's the Difference?PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) or KAI provides Hype Trip Traveling Feel More Fun services for the Taksaka train on the Yogyarakrta-Gambir route back and forth (PP).The service for millennials will operate from September 23, 2022 in line with KAI's 77th anniversary.The President Director of KAI, Didiek Hartantyo, said that Hype Trip was a pilot project for KAI.This is because many of the Taksaka train customers are millennials and generation Z."In the period from January to June 2022, as many as 58 percent or 2.7 million customers of the Taksaka train are aged 12-41 years," said Didiek in a written statement, Friday, September 23, 2022.In addition, the Taksaka train is a train that connects the economic center area with one of the tourist and educational destinations.Didiek said that the Taksaka KA Hype Trip aims to accommodate the dynamic needs of customers by offering a unique and fresh experience."Especially for millennials who tend to want to try new things so they can enjoy their train journeys more," said Didiek.3. Bahlil: There is no Equity Agreement on the Price of Carbon Credits in TIIMM G20Investment Minister Bahlil Lahadalia revealed that the agreement on the fair price of carbon credits was not achieved at the G20 Trade, Investment and Industry Ministerial Meeting (TIIMM) which took place in Bali on September 21-23 2022."Especially our struggle regarding the carbon price has not yet reached an agreement. So, the Paris Agreement No. 6 Article 6 concerning fairness in carbon prices has been fought for, but there is no agreement yet," Bahlil said during a press conference broadcast on the Ministry of Commerce's YouTube account, Friday.The absence of agreement on the fairness of the price of carbon credits has made the trend of investment in the green energy sector still unequal between developed and developing countries.In fact, during the TIMM Session on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, he raised the issue of inequality.4. Illegal Loans Rise, OJK Gives Online Loan Access TipsDeputy Director of Fintech Regulation, Research and Development of the Financial Services Authority (OJK) Munawar called the fintech lending industry a form of economic democratization.This is because online loans (pinjol) are here to facilitate users who have not been able to access bank loans.However, the rise of illegal borrowing requires the public to be more vigilant.Therefore, Munawar said before accessing a loan, users must ensure that they borrow from a company registered or licensed at the OJK.Loans should also be measured according to productive needs and a maximum of 30 percent of income."In order not to be burdensome.Dependents or other installments must also be paid," said Munawar, Thursday, September 22, 2022.To avoid fines, borrowers should pay installments on time.Munawar also reminded borrowers not to dig holes, cover the holes using a pin.“Don't pay off debt with new loans to avoid getting into debt.Make paying installments a top priority after receiving a salary," he said.Also Read: Illegal Borrowing is Rising, OJK Tightens SupervisionFollow the latest news from Tempo on Google News, click here.