Indonesia invites China to take part in multi-billion infrastructure projects

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While Malaysia just has expressed unease about alleged infavourable repercussions of Chinese investments in construction and infrastructure in the country, Indonesia is fully optimistic that Beijing’s noble goal is to improve an emerging country’s standing by assisting in funding of public projects.

The Indonesian government has now offered various infrastructure projects to China worth a total of $13.2 billion during a recent conference attended by 90 potential investors in Guangzhou, China. Indonesia’s Investment Coordination Agency (BKPM) deputy head of investment planning, Tamba Hutapea, said the event was held in cooperation between BKPM and the Indonesian Consulate General in Guangzhou.

The offered projects include electricity power plants under the independent power producer scheme and toll roads in a number of regions.

“The total value of the offered projects is $13.2 billion,” Tamba said, according to The Jakarta Post.

He added that the government through infrastructure financing guarantee agency PT Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia could give guarantees for any companies that wanted to take part in the government-to-business cooperation scheme.

“The government invites both domestic and international investors to take part in the government-to-business project,” he said, adding that the government’s support could be in the form of guarantees as well as fiscal and non-fiscal incentives.

Among the companies that sent representatives to the market sounding event were CCCC Industrial Investment Holding Co., Ltd., China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd., Guangdong Zhiyuan New Material Co., Ltd., GD Shengda Investment Group and China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd.

“Some of the Chinese companies have expressed interest in investing in the offered projects,” said Tamba, adding that BKPM would follow up with them.

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While Malaysia just has expressed unease about alleged infavourable repercussions of Chinese investments in construction and infrastructure in the country, Indonesia is fully optimistic that Beijing’s noble goal is to improve an emerging country’s standing by assisting in funding of public projects.

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While Malaysia just has expressed unease about alleged infavourable repercussions of Chinese investments in construction and infrastructure in the country, Indonesia is fully optimistic that Beijing’s noble goal is to improve an emerging country’s standing by assisting in funding of public projects.

The Indonesian government has now offered various infrastructure projects to China worth a total of $13.2 billion during a recent conference attended by 90 potential investors in Guangzhou, China. Indonesia’s Investment Coordination Agency (BKPM) deputy head of investment planning, Tamba Hutapea, said the event was held in cooperation between BKPM and the Indonesian Consulate General in Guangzhou.

The offered projects include electricity power plants under the independent power producer scheme and toll roads in a number of regions.

“The total value of the offered projects is $13.2 billion,” Tamba said, according to The Jakarta Post.

He added that the government through infrastructure financing guarantee agency PT Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia could give guarantees for any companies that wanted to take part in the government-to-business cooperation scheme.

“The government invites both domestic and international investors to take part in the government-to-business project,” he said, adding that the government’s support could be in the form of guarantees as well as fiscal and non-fiscal incentives.

Among the companies that sent representatives to the market sounding event were CCCC Industrial Investment Holding Co., Ltd., China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd., Guangdong Zhiyuan New Material Co., Ltd., GD Shengda Investment Group and China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd.

“Some of the Chinese companies have expressed interest in investing in the offered projects,” said Tamba, adding that BKPM would follow up with them.

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