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    Iwa Please, Accountant Able to Improve Welfare of West Java Citizen


    BANDUNG-Regional Secretary (Sekda) West Java Province, Iwa Karniwa said, the accounting profession should be able to improve the welfare of the people of West Java by suppressing poverty and unemployment.

    It was conveyed Iwa when giving a speech on Halal Bihalal activity and the spirit of Eid in the Professional Accounting Charity in Widyatama Campus Bandung, Saturday (07/22/2017).

    Iwa said, poverty alleviation and unemployment can be done by accountants both the educator and professional sectors that are in the company by providing education to the public.

    "As Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Indonesian Institute of Accountants (IAI) of course we encourage the poverty alleviation and reduction of unemployment," he said.

    In addition, the middle economy must be encouraged to compete globally. Thus the economic activity will increase where there should be accounting services at the national level, especially West Java.

    "It certainly needs to be anticipated one through the accounting profession in order to perform well improvement of their capacity as accountant both educators and the profession, and as a company doctor also to educate the public," he said.

    Iwa further added, in the era of Asean Economic Community (AEC) accountants must be able to compete with foreign workers. Thus, the accountant's proponent in a company prefers local workforce especially West Java.

    "Do not let in this era of accounting profession is accountant held by foreigners. Accounting services should be Indonesian people, especially West Java," he said.

    Provincial Government (Pemprov), West Java also aims to increase the number of shuttles reached 100 thousand in 2018. For that, Iwa, that number could be achieved through improved training expertise to the shuttles.

    "One of them through training will improve the skills of the accounting profession," he concluded. (MAT)

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