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vrijdag 27 januari 2017

Indonesië: Indonesian govt approves Rp6.43 trillion for infrastructure improvements

Indonesian govt approves Rp6.43 trillion for infrastructure improvements

The Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing has approved 952 contracts for infrastructure improvements in Indonesia worth Rp6.43 trillion. Minister of Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono, said on Wednesday (18/1) that at least 68 contracts out of the 952, worth RP1.58 trillion, have been approved by committee officers and contractors at the ministry's working meeting last Tuesday (17/1).

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Govt Welcomes Investment in Coal Gasification

The government welcomes investments in the coal-gas conversion (gasification) industry. The Industry Ministry's director general of chemical, textile and various industries (IKTA) Achmad Sigit Dwiwahjono said Indonesia's gasification potential is huge, considering the country's large volume of low-grade coal reserves. "Low-grade coal can produce dimethyl ether, which can replace liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). It will eliminate our need to imports raw material," Sigit said last weekend. Sigit said it takes about Rp13 trillion to produce 1,000 metric tons of coal gasification derivatives.

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Fiscal, Investment Climate Reforms Put Indonesia's Growth on Solid Footing: World Bank

The World Bank lauds Indonesia for its fiscal policy and investment climate reforms, saying they should accelerate the country's economic growth this year, despite increasing uncertainties in global economy. The Washington-based development lender said in its latest Indonesia Economic Quarterly report that Indonesia, like many of its neighbors in the region, is exposed to increased volatility of global financial markets. However, the country has set credible revenue targets in the 2017 budget, which should shield it against shocks stemming from the financial market and keep the right pace of its infrastructure development.

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