Friday, 24 May 2013 | 21:52
OPM Coordinator of the National Defense Military, Lambert
Pekikir, stated that voicing protests to the U.K. for supporting
OPM would be meaningless.
Friday, 24 May 2013 | 21:38
The prosecutors charged Brig. Wijaya, the suspect that sparked
the attack and arson on the OKU Police Department, with second
Wednesday, 08 February, 2012 | 11:45 WIB
Port Development Requires Rp117 Trillion
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Port development, which is included in the Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Economic Development (MP3EI), is estimated to require Rp117 trillion.
According to Transportation Deputy Minister Bambang Susantono, this is not a large amount because the country owns hundreds of ports across several provinces.
The CEO of state shipyard PT PAL, R.J. Lino, said the government must be selective when determining which infrastructure requires immediate repair.
Indonesia’s position in the Logistic Performance Index (LPI) decreased from 43 in 2007 to 75 in 2010. As such, the government will decide which ports will be developed as locomotive ports and which will be gateways.
Bambang also said the government would re-categorize the ports to allow more efficient operations. There are currently 111 commercial ports, 614 non-commercial ones, 472 special terminals and 721 special-purpose terminals.
ANTARA | GADI MAKITAN