Wednesday, 19 June 2013 | 17:17
The clarification is important to prevent further international
misunderstanding between the two countries.
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 | 16:55
The price is set to be profitable for all stakeholders,
including farmers, Bulog, cooperatives, and private companies.
Tuesday, 06 March, 2012 | 14:51 WIB
India Eyes Pharmaceutical Investment
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Industry Minister Mohamad Suleman Hidayat says Indian investors are interested in making new investments in Indonesia, particularly in the pharmaceutical and health equipment sectors. Several Indian delegates also intend to build a hospital.
This was the delegates’ third visit during the Confederation of Indian Industry Business Delegation to Indonesia on March 4 – 6. Their intention will be further discussed with the Health Ministry.
Hidayat said India is also interested in investing in the infrastructure and manufacture sectors. “The Petrochemical Industry Association was there and was interested in those fields. They even wanted to be involved in public private partnership project," he said yesterday.
He added that India had invested up to US$7 billion in railway infrastructure, particularly in Sumatra and South Kalimantan. “In our meeting, I offered them the refinery industry, especially because there will be ban on mineral material exports as of 2014,” he said.
AYU PRIMA SANDI