Jokowi Studies Chinese Maritime Infrastructures

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  • Presiden Indonesia, Jokowi, berjabat tangan dengan Presiden Cina, Xi Jinping, sebelum pertemuan Great Hall of the People di Beijing, Cina, 9 November 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee

    Presiden Indonesia, Jokowi, berjabat tangan dengan Presiden Cina, Xi Jinping, sebelum pertemuan Great Hall of the People di Beijing, Cina, 9 November 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo visited Tianjin Port’s Integrated Service Center, Pacific International Container Port, and SDIC Beijing Power plant to learn infrastructure development in China, Cabinet Secretary Andi Widjajanto said.

    “[President Jokowi] wants to see [infrastructures] developed by China, and the integration between the power plant, maritime infrastructures and the industrial park. He also wants to see the land transportation connectivity with the bulllet train,” Andi said in Beijing on Friday, November 8, 2014.

    According to Andi Jokowi is studying the infrastructure development methods employed by China and will probably implement it to build maritime infrastructures, such as the sea toll road.

    Jokowi was scheduled to attend a business meeting between Indonesian and Chinese entrepreneurs, followed by a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Kegiang to discuss maritime, infrastructure and power plant developments.

    ANANDA TERESIA