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19-21 SEPTEMBER 2018
JAKARTA INTERNATIONAL EXPO. INDONESIA

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March 26, 2018
The Indonesian Iron & Steel Industry Association (IISIA) says Indonesia is in big need of investment in the steel industry in order to expand the nation’s steel production capacity. In the years ahead, steel demand is expected to rise strongly in Indonesia on the back of construction and infrastructure projects. Without investment, Indonesia will become...
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President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is scheduled to kick off construction of a toll road connecting Padang, the provincial capital of West Sumatra, and Pekanbaru, the capital of Riau, on Thurday, Public Works and Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono has said. “Today, we have visited the [planned] location of the groundbreaking ceremony in Nagari Kasang [in Pariaman...
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New PT Siemens Indonesia CEO Prakash Chandran expressed an interest in investing in waste-to-energy plant projects that would be constructed in a number of cities, Industry Ministry machinery and agriculture machinery director Zakiyudin said. “Trash management is a big issue in  big cities. One solution is to convert trash into energy for electricity. Siemens has...
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The construction sector, especially the provision of physical infrastructure is one of the important sectors in the economic development system. Infrastructure becomes one of the pillars supporting the national economic growth. Based on data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) in 2016, the construction sectors is in the third position of source of economic...
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Following the state visit by South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Indonesia last week, the East Asian country has laid out concrete plans to get involved in Indonesia’s infrastructure projects through both government loans and private sector financing.In a meeting between Public Works and Public Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono and South Korea’s Minister of Land,...
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Japan will soon disburse a 118.9 billion yen (US$ 1.05 billion) loan in a move that will allow Imdomesia to kick off construction of Patimban Port in Subang, West Java, early next year. Both parties signed a loan agreement for the project on Wednesday after inking another agreement that specified the approved terms, technically known...
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