BANDUNG - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil promises tax incentives to companies that you invest in West Java.
"In 2019 Java Java Infrastructure Summits (WJIS) there is an MoU worth 63 trillion rupiah, but there are still many investment potentials that can be taken, especially from China," he said.
According to him, many industries in China are relocating businesses in Southeast Asian countries, but prefer Vietnam. In fact, according to him, Indonesia, especially West Java, is ready to accommodate a large amount of land and provides tax incentives.
"Incentives will be given to companies that build industries in collaboration with vocational or vocational-friendly industries, or who utilize research, tax incentives can be up to 200 percent," he explained.
In addition there are seven special economic zones (KEK) that will be built in West Java which can be a location for investment, especially in the field of tourism to improving the quality of marine human resources. Jo