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    2019 KKJ Governor Increases West Java Economy


    BANDUNG - The West Java Provincial Government gives an appreciation to the Representative Office (KPw) of Bank Indonesia West Java Province which has held the 2019 West Java Creative Works (KKJ) which will take place today, Friday (28/06) to Sunday (30/06).

    The Governor of West Java Province, Mochamad Ridwan Kamil, said that at the 2019 KKJ Bank Indonesia had provided input to the West Java Government regarding maintaining economic growth because his theory that West Java only relied on the manufacturing industry economy would be too vulnerable to global movements.

    "Now one of the strongest is the creative economy, Alhamdulillah in West Java from all exports, 33% are creative economics," said the Governor, at the 2019 KKJ ceremony at Atrium 23 Paskal Hypersquare, Bandung, Friday (28/06).

    According to the Governor, if you look at export figures from West Java where 33 percent come from creative economy, this is the highest creative economy export compared to other provinces in Indonesia

    "Alhamdulillah in West Java, said earlier, credit for creative economy SMEs is approximately Rp. 2.3 trillion, signaling an extraordinary movement and this combination with creative economic tourism will complement the economic strength of West Java beyond 40% of manufacturing, hopefully this role has become strong, "he said.

    The governor said, he entrusted BI with West Java to provide data on any area in West Java that needed products that would later strengthen the potential of the area.

    "What products can strengthen, for example in South West Java, it turns out that aqua cultur products, shrimp and others are on the rise, now In Allah, a combination of data from BI and the concept of the West Java Provincial Government will lift our economy to a minimum of 5.4 if can be more, "he said. (Parno)

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