BANDUNG - Located at Aston Hotel Cirebon, the West Java Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a Provincial Conference or Muprov VII on Thursday (7/2). The agenda for the election of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman for the 2018-2023 period was opened by the Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita and attended by West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil.
West Java Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Chairman of the Musprov VII Hari Raharta said there were three candidates who would occupy the chair of the West Java Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) replacing Agung Suryamal who had two Kadin periods.
"27 Kadin representatives from the regency / city municipal districts were present plus representatives of 16 business associations to vote, while the attendance list at the opening reached 400 people," he said.
He said all members of the cadre must be in harmony and unite to maximize the potential to contribute to building West Java as a champion of birth and mind.
In his speech, Enggar invited Kadin to become an equal partner with the government. This means that the opinions of the cadets regarding the nation's economic policies will be an important input for the government in making decisions and legislation.
"The government always hears Kadin's words. Even if there is a policy, before it is issued. Kadin will quickly provide input, and can even speak directly with the president," he said.
He also invited Kadin as a good partner for the West Java Provincial Government. The governor's desire to build a new golden triangle area in the eastern region of West Java must be responded to well.
"The Cirebon, Majalengka and Subang areas are becoming a new economic triangle in West Java. Luckily having a visionary governor see the future well, this is the potential for entrepreneurs to join in building West Java," he said.
In his presentation, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil mentioned a number of potentials that could become future investments for entrepreneurs. For example the development of the Aerocity Majalengka area, the development of ports and toll roads will grow new economic zones, especially the growth of housing and factories. Jo