Nangroe Aceh DarussalamAceh Province is located on the northwest tip of Sumatra Island (2˚- 6˚ North Latitude and 95°-98° East Longitude), the average height of 125 meters above sea level with a capital of Banda Aceh. It is located in a strategic position as a traffic gateway of National and International trades connecting the eastern and western parts of the world. The Aceh province has 119 islands, 35 mountains, 73 rivers, 2 lakes and is largely a forest area of 3,862,249.26 ha of protected forests and production forests. It has a diverse wealth of natural resources including oil and gas, agriculture, plantation, fishery and mining.Aceh Province has 23 Regencies / Cities which consists of 276 Sub-districts, 6.455 Villages, with various ethnic tribes and has 8 different languages & dialects. Aceh is the most democratic province in Indonesia with special status after the Peace Agreement (Helsinki MoU) with issuance of Law Number 11 Year 2006 Concerning Aceh Government and Aceh now has six local parties in addition to 37 national parties.Development of the Investment Agreement in Aceh Province period of 2007 to August 2011, a total of 119 companies comprising of 93 PMA companies and 26 Domestic Companies with a value of foreign investment of U.S.$ 2,689,980,802.00 and Domestic investment value of Rp. 2,189,388,830,000,- besides that some major countries in the world are already committed to invest in Aceh. Those are Malaysia, Korea, China and India, as well as several countries in Europe.In accordance with the mandate of Presidential Decree Number 11 year 2010 concerning Aceh Government Cooperation with Foreign Institutions or Agencies, currently the Aceh province has established regional cooperation among IMT-GT (Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle), Aceh – Penang Cooperation and Aceh - CCPNT Cooperation (China Council for the Promotion of Nation Trade).
General Information Total Area : 58.375,63 Km2 Population (Census of Population 2010) : 4.494.410 People • Male
Economic Growth : 5,32 % excluding oil and gas
2,64 % including oil and gas
Income per capita : Rp. 17.280.000,- excluding oil and gas
Rp. 14.400.000,- including oil and gas
Source : BPS Aceh 2010
Infrastructures International Airport : Sultan Iskandar Muda
Entry Visa on Arrival (VoA)
Pioneer Airport / Air Stripes : Maimun Saleh (Sabang), Malikus Saleh (Lhokseumawe), Rembele (Bener Meriah), Alas Leuser (Aceh Tenggara), Hamzah Fansuri (Singkil), Cut Nyak Dhien (Nagan Raya), Cut Ali (Aceh Selatan), Lasikin (Simeulue), Lhoksukon (Aceh Utara) Ports : Malahayati (Aceh Besar), Kuala Langsa (Langsa), Krueng Geukuh (A.Utara), Sabang Length of Road : 13.581,53 Km Source: BPS Aceh 2010Contact Us:Investment and Promotion Board for AcehJalan Ahmad Yani No. 39 Banda AcehTel : 0651-23170Fax : 0651-23171E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite : www.acehinvestment.com
GeographyCentral Java as one of the provinces in Java, its location flanked by two large province, West Java and East Java. It lies between 5 ° 40 'and 8 ° 30' south latitude and between 108 ° 30 'and 111 ° 30' east longitude. The longest distance from west to east is 263 km and from north to south 226 km .Land UseIn Central Java province is divided administratively into 29 districts and 6 cities. The total area of Central Java in is 3.25 million hectares or about 25.04 percent of the island of Java (1.70 percent of the land area of Indonesia), consisting of 991 thousand hectares (30.44 percent) of wetland.ClimateAverage air temperature in Central Java ranges between 24.4 ° C to 28.5 ° C. For the average air humidity varies, from 73 percent to 86 percent. The highest rainfall recorded in Sempor Kebumen of 3068 mm and the rainy days ever recorded in Cilacap Meteorology Station for 179 days.Population and LaborBased on the Population Census of 2010, the population of Central Java was recorded at 32.38 million people or about 14 percent of the total population of Indonesia. The province of Central Java is the third largest population after West Java and East Java. Number of female population is greater than the number of male population. This is shown by sex ratio of 98.53.
The labor force in Central Java in 2010 reached 17.09 million people. With this rate, labor force participation rate of the population of Central Java is 68.37%. Unemployment in Central Java is relatively small, amounting to 6.86%.GDP by Sector in Central JavaEconomic growth in Central Java in 2010 that indicated by the rate of growth of Gross Regional Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices of 2000 is 5.8%, increase from previous (2009 = 4.7%).
Manufacturing sector still provides the highest contribution to the economy of Central Java in 2010 that is equal to 32.9%, the agricultural sector which is also the dominant sector contributed significantly to the economy of Central Java, 19.4%. Trade sector still has a significant role on economic growth, being able to contribute 19.6% and 10.5% Services sector.Srategy and Investment PolicyCentral Java Provincial Government through the Central Java Board of Investment offering investment opportunities which includes 3 (three) things:
- Local investment activities that have an impact regionally;
- Local investment activity that has national strategic value;
- National investment activities in the local
To support the policy, implementing strategies are :
- Encourage greater infrastructure investment either through government or through Public Private Partnership (PPP)
- Encourage increased development of Industrial Zones
- Encourage the development of investment through a program of regionalization:
- Encouraging the growth of investment each region (Subosukawonosraten / Solo, Barlingmascakeb, Sapta Mitra Pantura)
- Encourage the Regional Management system optimally
- Increased investment promotion both domestic and abroad
INVESTMENT REALIZATION IN CENTRAL JAVA
Year FDI DDI Project Inv (USD Million) Project Inv (USD Million) 2006 53 51,93 16 5,07 2007 42 66,83 7 0,35 2008 36 39,49 15 1,34 2009 32 35,25 5 2,57 2010 33 88,21 13 2,83 2011* 29 170.90 19 4.7 *) September 2011Supporting Infrastructure FacilitiesAirportThere are two International Airports: Adisumarmo in Solo and Ahmad Yani in Semarang,Adisumarmo International Airport.· Runway : 2.600 m· Total Flight: 7.477/year
Destination: Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur.Ahmad Yani International· Runway : 2.680 m· Total Flight: 7.325/year· Destination: Jakarta, Surabaya, Denpasar, Banjarmasin and Singapore.HarborThere are two International Harbort of Tanjung Emas in Semarang & Tanjung Intan in Cilacap and supported by nine other harbor (Brebes, Tegal, Pekalongan, Batang, Kendal, Jepara, Juwana, Rembang and Karimunjawa)HighwaysThe total length of highways in Central Java are 26 336 km, consist of :National Roads: 1,300 kmProvincial Roads: 2590 kmDistrict Road: 22 420 kmToll Road: 26 km.The plan of Trans Java Toll Road in Central Java are 310.6 km consist of:· Kanci – Pejagan : 12.00 km (has been operated)· Pejagan – Pemalang : 57.50 km (4 Section)· Pemalang – Batang : 39.20 km (2 Section)· Batangk – Semarang : 74.20 km (5 Section)· Semarang – Solo : 75.60 km (4 Section)· Solo – Mantingan : 52.10 km (3 Section)· Interchange : 19-21d. ElectricityInstalled capacity in Central Java are 4328.19 MW with the addition of a power plant plans in Batang of 2 x 1000 MW and Rembang 2 x 600 MW.Investment ServicesInvestment services in Central Java is supported by the One Stop Services in 35 regions, that is easier for investors to get investmentlicense . Investment services in Central Java also facilitates the problems faced by the investors by establishing a Task Force Team involving related parties in Central Java such as: Police, Immigration, Customs, Ports, Labor Association , Association of Enterprises and others.Investment Potention and OpportunitiesInvestment opportunities in Central Java include the agricultural sector, industrial and manufacturing, energy and mining, infrastructure, property and tourism sector. The priority of investment projects offered to potential investors namely:
Contact Us :Central Java Board of InvestmentJl. Mgr. Soegiopranoto No. 1 Semarang 50131Telp : (024) 3547091 – 3547438 - 3541487Fax : (024) 3549560E-mail : email@example.comWebsite : http://www.central-jaca.com
- Geothermal Power Plant in Telomoyo;
- Mini Hydro Power Plant in the District of Banjarnegara, Banyumas, Pekalongan and Tegal;
- Development of Harbor in Rembang;
- Sugar Mill in Rembang;
- Industrial Sector (particle board, animal feed, processing of fish, iodized salt, organic fertilizer, coconut processing, cold storage and processing of mung bean);
- Agriculture sector (Raja Bulu banana, seaweed, Albasia and cattle fattening);
West KalimantanWest Kalimantan Province is situated between 108o East Longitude to 114o East Longitude, and between 2o6 North Latitude to 3o5 South Latitude. The area of West Kalimantan is 146,807 km2 (7.53% of Indonesia), and is included into the fourth widest province after Papua, East Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan. West Kalimantan Province is also called as “Seribu Sungai”. This name is equal with the geographical condition which has hundreds big and small rivers and most of them can be sailed. Some big rivers remain to be artery and main track of rural area transportation, although land road infrastructure has been able to reach the majority of districts. By Supadio Airport that service international flight from Pontianak to Kuching (Malaysia) and Pontianak to Changi (Singapore) and also to Soekarno Hatta (Cengkareng). Sea port, Dwikora (Pontianak) is supported with International port and passenger port between islands. The number of population in West Kalimantan according to census in 2010 is 4.3 million (1,85% of Population in Indonesia).West Kalimantan is wet tropic in climate, with prevalent rainfall through years and the highest level of rainfall in January and October. The average temperature is ranging from 26.0 to 27.0 and 80 to 90 % of average humidity.West Kalimantan consists of 14 regencies / cities which consist of 175 districts, 1782 villages with various ethnics. The majority ethnic is Dayaknese, Malay, and Tionghoa, and the number is more than 90 % of West Kalimantan Population. Beside those ethnics, there are also the other ethnics such as, Bugis, Javanese, Madura, Minangkabau, Sundanese, Batak and other ethnicities below 10 %.Indonesian is the commonly used language by the people in this province. And the remainders are vernaculars such as Malay, various kinds of Dayak Languages and Chinese such Tiochie and Khek/Hakka.The development of agreement and investment realization in West Kalimantan until December 2011, as many as 417 projects that consist of Local Investment and 201 projects of Rp.57.233,6 trillion investment plan, the realizations of 138 local investment projects are about Rp.10.004,7 trillion, meanwhile the plan of Foreign Investment is about 216 project by the value of investment is US$4.135.482.600 and the realizations are 77 project by the value of investment is about US$.1.390.304.220.With Core business which will be developed in agribusiness, especially CPO product and Crumb rubber and mining sector and various main commodities in plantation and fishery. West Kalimantan will develop 6.89% of the economic growth target in 2011. As the investment destination outside Java Island, West Kalimantan which the position in Indonesian Archipelago Sea Lanes I, need to be supported by international sea port which has been planned in Sungai Kunyit, Pontianak Regency.
General Information Total Area : 146.807 Km2 Population (Census of Population 2010) : 4.395.983 People • Male
:2.246.903 People2.149.080 People
Economic Growth in 2010 : 5,35 % Income per capita : US $ 1,350.- Source : BPS of West Kalimantan
Infrastructures International Airport :Supadio, PontianakEnforcement of visa on arrival (VoA) Pioneer Airport / Air Stripes :Rahadi Oesman (Ketapang), Susilo (Sintang), Nanga Pinoh (Nanga Pinoh), Pangsuma(Putussibau).
:Dwikora (Pontianak),Sintete (Kab. Sambas), Singkawang (Kota Singkawang), Telok Air (Kab. Kubu Raya), Ketapang ( Kab. Ketapang) , Merbau (Kab. Sambas) , Karimata (Kab. Kayong Utara) , Kendawangan (Kab. Ketapang)Length of road National/InternationalProvince roadRegency road :16.618 Km1.665 Km1.561 Km13.392 Km Source: BPS of West KalimantanContact Us:Regional Investment Board of West KalimantanJl. Sutan Syahrir No. 17 PontianakTel : 0561 – 743491; 0561 – 760441Fax : 0561 – 769472E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite : http://bpmd.kalbarprov.go.id
South SulawesiSouth Sulawesi is a province in Indonesia, located in the southern part of Sulawesi. Its capital is Makassar, formerly called as Ujungpandang. With population majority of Bugis-Makassar tribe has made legends of civilization in Indonesia. The population structure is known as hard-working character that has rooted in Bugis-Makassar people placing them as nomads and superior sailors in the archipelago. As a point of economic growth of the eastern Indonesian region, South Sulawesi has the most modern and complete infrastructures. With the Sultan Hasanuddin airport which became a major hub to eastern Indonesia and international flights serving for destination of Makassar-Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Makassar-Changi (Singapore) as well as Soekarno Hatta port equipped with scaled-international seaport container. This matter can place the position of South Sulawesi as development growth center outside the Java Island and distribution centers as well as interconnection of land and sea.Core business in the agribusiness sector, particularly seaweed, rice and cocoa and mining sectors as well as a variety of top commodities in the field of crops and fisheries are puts South Sulawesi as area with an average economic growth of 8-9%. As an investment destination outside the Java island, South Sulawesi, in the future it has been and will be equipped with various facilities and infrastructure supporting investments including monorail from Gowa-Maros-Makassar, train from Makassar-pare pare, the center point of business, the Port of fish untia, and Expansion for container port of Soekarno Hatta.
General Information (Semester 1 2011) Width : 45.764,53 km2 consisting of 24 Regencies/Cities Population : 8.07 Million People Work Force : 3,91 Million People PDRB ADHB : 126,20 trillion (rupiah) Economic Growth : 7,78 % Income Per capita : 15,84 million (rupiah) Investment : 28,83 trillion (rupiah) Circulation of money in South Sulawesi : 100 trillion (rupiah)
Infrastructures International Airport : Sultan Hasanuddin
Length of Runway 3.100 m
Passenger and Container Port : Soekarno Hatta
Capacity of container terminal 600.000 TEUs
Length of Road : 35.461,77 Km Industrial Area : KIMA Makassar
Integrated Economic Development Area : Kapet Pare Pare
6.905,08 km²Call Us :INVESTMENT COORDINATING BOARD (BKPMD) SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCEIRMAN YASIN LIMPO, SHJL. URIP SUMOHARJO NO. 269 Makassar, Sulawesi SelatanTelp : 0411-453614Fax : 0411-423478
What are Regional Champions ?
Regional Champions is an integral part of BKPM’s promotion program, specifically developed to further unlock the potential value of select regions in Indonesia. BKPM understands that different regions are at different stages in their economic development and are at different levels of readiness in terms of each one’s capacity to attract and facilitate investments. Therefore, different approaches must be adapted.
The first phase of the Regional Champions program targets 7 provinces that are advanced in their ability to attract both foreign and domestic investments. We have prepared criteria comprising of quantitative and qualitative data and used a scoring system to determine which regions to select. These criteria include regional economic growth, commitment to reform (particularly in the area of investment climate), as well as the availability and quality of ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ infrastructure.
Under the program, BKPM will develop targeted, comprehensive joint promotion activities for these regions, with a goal to attract a larger pool of FDI. The program will focus on bringing in strategic investments that would serve as catalysts for the region’s economic growth. It is hoped that the success stories coming out from these regional champions could motivate and inspire other regions to replicate such successes.