Selasa 30 Oct 2012 19:04 WIB

Indonesia expects Japanese Automotive Investment

Rep: A Syalaby Ichsan/Satya Festiani / Red: Yeyen Rostiyani
A ferry boat crosses Bengkalis Strait in Riau. A high ranking official says that Indonesia as an archipelago country needs to develop its maritime transportation. Hence, Indonesia expects support from foreign investors. (illustration)
Foto: Antara/Muhammad Iqbal
A ferry boat crosses Bengkalis Strait in Riau. A high ranking official says that Indonesia as an archipelago country needs to develop its maritime transportation. Hence, Indonesia expects support from foreign investors. (illustration)

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA - Indonesia expects Japanese investment on automotive sector to create a roadmap of national policy on public transportation. The Deputy Coordinating Minister of Economy on Industry, Trade, and Tourism Edy Putra Irawadi said that on Monday.

He further said that public transportation on national policy focused on maritime and rural transport as cited on President Regulation No 28/2009. "Indonesia as an archipelago country needs to develop its maritime transportation. Meanwhile, rural transportation is to boost mobilization in rural area," he said.

Investment from Japan and other automotive manufacturing countries must be scaled up, he said. Government has also encourages European investors.

Meanwhile, to boost local production, government allows prominent automotive manufacture to produce spare parts. The step is taken to attract investors to produce car in Indonesia.

 

 

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