BANDUNG CITY- West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil welcomed investors from various countries in the Welcome Dinner at the Pakuan Building, Bandung City, Thursday (10/17/19). The activity is part of the 2019 West Java Investment Summit (WJIS) which will take place today (Friday, October 18, 2019) at Trans Luxury.
According to Emil - as Ridwan Kamil was called, his party targeted an investment agreement worth Rp 60-70 trillion in WJIS 2019.
"And later it is being calculated how much work is generated. So later the news will be two, between the investment brought in and the work produced. It must be correlated, "said Emil.
Emil said, if West Java investment continues to increase, employment will be abundant. That way, employment is high and people's incomes increase. Even so with the Regional Original Revenue (PAD).
Therefore, in the final WJIS event, Emil plans to tell the efforts of West Java Provincial Government (Pemdaprov) in the investment sector. "The peak is different from last year. This year is very busy. If BI said last year, it was hard to find participants, now it's not, "he said.
Also attending were Bank Indonesia Representatives in the West Java Region, bjb bank representatives, and delegations from a number of countries, such as Belgium and Kuwait, at the Welcome Dinner.
West Java Investment Summit (WJIS) 2019 'Accelerating Infrastructure Development through Innovative Investment' will be officially opened by West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil on Friday (18/10) at 09:40 WIB.
This forum for West Java Provincial Government and business practitioners and investors is the result of cooperation between the Investment Office and the One-Stop Integrated Service (DPMPTSP) of West Java and KPW BI West Java covering five main agendas namely High Level Session, Project Consultation, One-on-One Meeting, Market Sounding, and Exhibition.
WJIS 2019 was attended by approximately 250 participants ranging from domestic and foreign investors, sister province partners, embassies of friendly countries, associations, managers of industrial estates, investment agencies, and other related agencies. (Even)