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The Minister of Environment and Forestry, Siti Nurbaya, invites the business community to work together in solving the issue of forest and land fires

The Minister of Environment and Forestry, Siti Nurbaya, invites the business community to work together in solving the issue of forest and land fires.

“we asked the business community and the government to cooperate in case of empowering communities to prevent the fires. The Ministry of Environment and Forestry will lead the knot of the business men and society to find out the solution for this fires issues together. This year, forest fires should not happen again like in the previous years.

MORE COUNTRY’S FACTS

MORE COUNTRY’S FACTS

  • Indonesia is home to 238 million people, making it the fourth populous country in the world and the largest economy is Southeast Asia.
  • As the world’s largest archipelago covering some 17,000 islands, Indonesia is surrounded by the maritime boundaries of eight countries. This creates enormous issues concerning border security and leaves Indonesia vulnerable to transnational crimes and terrorist incursions.
  • The Outlook for the Indonesian economy is stable.
  • Inflation is low.
  • National reserves are larger.
  • Investment climate and communications have been favorable.

Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo on Tuesday launched a free micro fire insurance

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo on Tuesday launched a free micro fire insurance scheme targeting 3,000 low-income people in the capital.

During the launch of the scheme at Angke flat in Tambora sub-district, West Jakarta, the governor symbolically handed fire insurance policies to representatives from 11 sub-districts in the capital.

Major Projects and Potential Buyer

Major Projects and Potential Buyer

  • BANKING – booming industry fueled by government security regulations
  • COMMERCIAL SECTORS – No one can ignore the increased number of offerings for entry-level cameras and equipment. Indonesia’s big cities if now filled with supermarkets and shopping malls which demand electronic security.
  • PORTS & AIRPORTS – The big ongoing projects since Indonesia is an archipelago country, with more than 17,000 islands. Indonesian government will boost capital spending to ($140 billion) in 2013 to solve infrastructure bottlenecks and spur growth. These infrastructure projects include the development of 14 airports, which will be significant for surveillance and access control players.
  • PRISONS – Over capacity prisons by around 75%, new prisons are planned to be build.
  • IP Uptake – Indonesian customers are looking at IP solutions and network cameras for surveillance. 
  • RE-EQUIPPING EMERGENCY SERVICES – Possible renewal of Fire Fighting and other emergency services.
  • MARITIME SECURITY – border protection and protection of shipping by the Coast Guard
  • BORDER CONTROL –Priority of policing the 6,000 inhabited islands among its 17,500 islands and its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) comprises the entirety of its internal waters.
  • COURTS / FORENSICS – growing recognition for the need to convict based on forensics
  • HOTELS – Continuing hotel boom in many islands and cities in the country set for expansion in the hotel trade.
  • OIL AND GAS / MINING – A strong requirement for security solutions in line with global corporate policy.

Indonesia Stands Out with Strong Potential

Indonesia sailed through the 2009 global economic storm peacefully and experienced growth. Even at its lowest point in 2009, GDP growth remained above 4 percent, reaching 6.1 percent in 2010. Strong domestic demand along with government stimulus packages fueled economic growth. New projects, construction and infrastructure are underway and the security market looks promising in the near future.

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