Arcandra Offers Easy Investing in Indonesia On Polish Delegation
By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, April 12 2018 - 21:45 IWST
Arcandra received the visit of the Polish Delegation
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - In order to boost economic growth, the Government of Indonesia continues to make it more friendly to investors by providing simpler easiness and chains of bureaucracy by cutting down regulations that may hinder investment.
With such ease, the Government hopes that investment climate in Indonesia will be more friendly for investors so investors will invest in Indonesia.
"The Indonesian government has been trying to create an investor-friendly climate in which the 2018 ranking of Indonesia's Ease of doing Business (EODB Index) is increasing to 72, or better than 2017 (91th rank)," said Vice Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources ), Arcandra Tahar when receiving the visit of the Polish Delegation, Wednesday (11/4/2018).
Until first quarter 2018, the ESDM Ministry has also simplified / revoked 186 regulation / certification / recommendation / licensing which is considered to inhibit investment.
Arcandra said the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources as a policy maker ensures the business process runs better and transparent, as evidenced by the number of licenses that have been cut the investment in Indonesia can be more attractive to investors including from Poland.
"We will always be prepared to listen to the complaints faced by investors, and will strive to create a transparent and accountable business flow, and for polish companies currently operating in Indonesia to understand the flow of business in Indonesia to join local companies" explained Arcandra.
Deputy Minister of Energy of Poland, Grzegorz Tobiszowski, who is also the leader of the delegation, said his readiness to cooperate with the Indonesian government.
"Polish companies are very interested in investing in Indonesia today, with many Polish companies investing in Indonesia, namely Rafako, a Polish energy company, won the bid for a 2 x 50 MW steam power plant in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara," says Grzegorz.
In addition to investment, Grzegorz also offers student exchanges in the fields of energy and mining. The ESDM vice minister welcomes the offer from the Polish Deputy Minister, as student exchange has a positive impact on culture, technology and enhancing bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and Poland.
The Polish delegation this time was led by Deputy Minister of Energy of Poland, Grzegorz Tobiszowski. Apart from the bureaucracy also included in Polish entourage entrepreneurs, among others, Jastrzebska Coal Company Deputy Chairman, Jacek Skowronski and Director of KGHM, Adam Brozek.