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    Iwa Asked BPS to Digitize Data


    BANDUNG - Regional Secretary (Sekda) of West Java Province, Iwa Karniwa appreciated West Java and Regency / City BPS in West Java who continued to work together in publishing accurate, accountable, accountable and globally recognized data.

    "So that the data can be used by various parties. "Both the West Java Provincial Government and the entire community, especially tourism entrepreneurs and other companies," said Iwa.

    Iwa gave her appreciation while attending the "Invesment Exhibition, Tourism And Trade Expo 2018" and "Socialization of West Java Publication in Figures 2018, Current Statistics of West Java Province 2018 and Population Census Activity 2020" starting from November 15-18 2018 at BTC Fashion Pasteur Mall Bandung, Saturday (11/17/18).

    The current plus is faced with revolution 4.0, He asked the West Java BPS for data that has been collected accurately to digitize it, so that it will be more accessible to the public and prospective investors to find out the data needed.

    Because it is undeniable, the role of investment is not only a necessity for the economy of a country, but also a solid foundation for the ongoing development of quality and sustainable development.

    Head of the West Java Central Statistics Agency, Dodi Herlando, said that in addition to holding exhibitions, BPS also socialized regional development data in numbers. Regional data in this figure are collaborative government agencies which provide an overview of the conditions of development achievements and the environmental conditions of the region.

    "We can report the area in this number something that has long been going on to provide information. Especially for those who are unfamiliar with Indonesian territory or conditions, even for potential investors, "he said.

    In addition, said Dodi, through this exhibition also introduces the potential of West Java tourism for potential investors and the community, as well as comparative materials for other regions that have developed.

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