BANDUNG - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil opened the West Java Investment Summit or WJIS 2019 at Trans Luxury Hotel Bandung, Friday (18/10). The event was attended by investors from various countries who were interested in investing in Parahyangan land.
In a press conference, Ridwan Kamil said as many as 23 MoUs were signed in which there were 26 large projects that would and were being worked on in West Java.
"The investment value reaches IDR 63 trillion, but it is spread at several points, especially in special economic zones or KEK," he said.
He estimates that the investment, which nearly reached Rp79 trillion, will be able to absorb a workforce of more than 30 thousand people.
"The combination of investment, entrepreneurship, and social subsidies is a strategy to drive the economy in West Java, one of which is through this event," he explained.
While the Chief Representative of Bank Indonesia West Java Doni P Joewono added the purpose of this activity was to promote various strategic projects in West Java which became a development priority that led to an increase in exports in West Java.
"Being one of the channels between potential investors, building networks between investors, business operators and regional governments," he said. Jo