Article – From infrastructure to smelters, C. Sulawesi eyes Rp 20t projects

by 12 May 2015

31 March 2015 Linda Yulisman The Jakarta Post

The Central Sulawesi regional government aims to realize direct investments totaling Rp 20 trillion (US$1.53 billion) this year, driven by a number of projects ranging from infrastructure to smelters.

The anticipated value is twice the amount of Rp 10 trillion expected by the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) for 2015.

A number of projects are expected to either break ground or advance to the next phase of development [...]

Article – Indonesian Government Mulls Setting Up New Special Economic Zones

by 21 February 2014

19 February 2014 BERNAMA

Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Hatta Radjasa said the Indonesian government is currently considering to set up three new special economic zones.

The three eligible areas are Tanjung Apiapi in South Sumatra province, Mandalika in West Nusatenggara and Morotai in North Maluku, Indonesian news agency ANTARA reported.

Hatta said all three areas have potential to become economic zones as they meet the required regulations: eligibility of land, investor, infrastructure, and spatial [...]