Japan to develop ‘six economic corridors’ for investment in Indonesia
Japan wants to increase its investment in Indonesia and is looking at developing ‘six economic corridors’, according to Indonesia’s Chief Economic Minster Hatta Radjasa, who will attend discussions in Japan this week. While no specific list of projects was mentioned, the minister said Indonesia would make an offer using the special economic zone model on a key infrastructure project in Java (such as a MRT system for greater Jakarta) which would lead to further projects and discussions covering development of airports and seaports.
source & article: Antara News
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