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    Foreign Investors Explore Tourism Investment in Indonesia

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    BANDUNG-Investors from London, Paris and New York expressed their interest to invest in Indonesia. They also began to explore the feasibility of investment in the tourism sector in Indonesia.

    It is known after Minister of Tourism (Menpar) Arief Yahya accompanied by Team Leader Working Group 10 Priority Destination, Hiramsyah S Thaib who received audition hearings of CEO Wellington Capital Advisory (WCA), David Burke.

    Arief said, in his audience, David Burke reported and delivered three things. Firstly, WCA, as an analyst and financial investment advisor based in Jakarta and Singapore, has received various study requests for investment worthiness in the tourism sector in Indonesia.

    "Especially clients from London, Paris and New York," said Tourism Minister in his official statement in Bandung, Thursday (12/10/2017)

    Secondly, with strong signals from investors, Hiramsyah said, WCA is hoping to help promote investment opportunities in "10 new Bali" as well as other existing destinations.

    "Because it has got a lot of intereset and letter of intent to invest in the hospitality and tourism sector in several regions in Indonesia," said Hiramsyah.

    Arief said the third point, this cooperation offer proposed WCA is "Zero Rupiah" alias without charge. The WCA only asks to be supplied with various materials and potential locations of tourism investment destinations that are clean and clear from the permit side.

    "And of course that is in line with the direction of government development," he said.

    Furthermore, WCA will help to market the opportunities of tourism investment destinations to its clients and coordinate further with the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

    "Particularly in the fulfillment of investment needs in the tourism sector and private sectors for the fulfillment of the needs of the value of 10 billion US dollars," he concluded. (MAT)

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