PMDN AND PMA PROJECTS IN FIRST AND SECOND WEEKS OF JULY 1999.Domestic Investment (PMDN PMDN Penanaman Modal Dalam Negeri )
In the first and second weeks of July July: see month. , 1999, BKPM BKPM Badan Pengawasan Pasar Modal (Indonesian investment coordinating board) issued licenses to at least 3 new projects with the PMDN facility. The largest among the projects was proposed by PT Dwi Cipta Tata Tata (tä`tä), Parsi family of Indian industrialists, centered at Mumbai. The Tata enterprises, which encompass vast holdings in iron and steel, motor vehicles, power utilities, financial services, computer software, chemicals, textiles, and Buana with an investment of Rp 9.9 trillion One thousand times one billion, which is 1, followed by 12 zeros, or 10 to the 12th power. See space/time.
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In the USA and Canada, 10^12. . The company which operates in hotel, golf course and recreation business, planned to build a 5-star hotel with 2,000 rooms, a 36 hole golf course which are expected to sell services worth Rp 140 billion a year. The project to be built in Denpasar, Bali, would employ 1,204 Indonesian workers and 38 expatriates.
The second largest project was proposed by PT Gamari Industri, which planned to build cosmetic cosmetic /cos·met·ic/ (koz-met´ik)
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In the same period, BKPM also issued licenses for 8 projects with the PMA facility. The largest among the project was proposed by PT C.Y. Tas Indonesia, which is owned by Park Corporation Ltd from South Korea. The company planned to build factory to produce leather and synthetic leather goods with a total production capacity of 1.2 million units a year. The project was to be built in Serang Se`rang´
n. 1. The boatswain of a Lascar or East Ondian crew. , West Java with an investment of US$ 1.2 million. It would employ 1,500 Indonesian workers and 7 expatriates.
The second largest project was proposed by PT Barca Schindler Lifts, a joint venture company between PT Barca Indonesia and Jardine Schindler (Pacific) B.V. from the Netherlands. The construction consultancy company planned to turn out a service income of US$ 10.4 million a year. The project was estimated to cost US$ 1 million. It is to be based in Jakarta to employ 57 Indoensians and 3 expatriates.
Table - 1 PMDN projects final approvals from BKPM during the first and second week of July 1999
a. Name of company a. Line of business b. Location b. Production capacity/annum NEW PROJECTS 1. a. DWI CIPTA TATA BUA- a. Hotelry, golf course and NA, PT recreational services b. Buleleng, Bali b. 5-star hotel - 2,000 rooms Golf course - 36 holes Golf course - 36 holes Recreation services Recreation services - Rp 140,000 million - Rp 140,000 million 2. a. GAMARI INDUSTRI, PT a. Palm processing and b. Dumai, Riau cosmetic industry b. CPO - 648,000 runs Cheese - 165,000 tons Margarine - 60,000 tons Glycerine - 9,360 tons Cosmetic - 60,000 tons 3. a. TRISULA GARMINDO a. Garment industry MANUFACTURING, PT b. Garment b. Bandung, West Java -66,666 dozens a. Name of company a. Investment (Rp) b. Location b. Manpower NEW PROJECTS 1. a. DWI CIPTA TATA BUA- a. 9,991,450 million NA, PT b. Ind. : 1,204 b. Buleleng, Bali Expt.: 38 Golf course - 36 holes Recreation services - Rp 140,000 million 2. a. GAMARI INDUSTRI, PT a. 700,000 million b. Dumai, Riau b. Ind. : 578 Expt.: 17 3. a. TRISULA GARMINDO a. 15,167 million MANUFACTURING, PT b. Ind. : 508 b. Bandung, West Java Expt.: 3
Table - 2 PMA projects final approvals from BKPM during the first and second week of July 1999
a. Name of company a. Line of business b. Indonesian party b. Production capacity c. Foreign party per annum NEW PROJECTS 1. a. BERCA SCHINDLER a. Construction works and LIFTS, PT consulting services b. Berca Indonesia, PT b. Service value - US$ 10,400,000 c. Jardine Schindler (Pacific) B.V. (Netherlands) 2. a. C.Y. TAS INDINESIA, a. Leather and imitation leather PT product industry b. -- b. Variety of leather bag product c. Park Corporation Ltd. - 1,200,000 pcs (South Korea) 3. a. DATA SYSTEMSDO a. Export trading services OVERSEAS, PT b. Service value b.-- - US$ 750,000 c. Mohamed Bashir Gargum (Canada) 4. a. GARGUM BROTHERS, a. Garment industry PT b. Garment b. Muchsin, Mr - 60,000 dozens c. Mohamed Bashir Gargum (Libya) 5. a. HADI FURNITURE, PT a. Furniture industry b. -- b. Furniture - 1,200 [m.sup.3] c. Hussein Abdullah Issa (Australia) 6. a. MAESOD THAINDO LES- a. Export trading services TARI, PT b. Service value b. Tjonggah Ika - US$ 5,500,000 c. Tanakorn Thapisatien (Thailand) 7. a. OBEN JOSSE BALI, PT a. Real estate development b. -- b. Simple house - 30 units c. Josse Marie Mathieu Oben Medium house - 15 units (Belgium) Luxury house- 5 units 8. a. PELANGI ERA DUA- a. Textile dyeing industry SATU, PT b. Dye yam - 1,200 tons b. Yuliana Juparki Dye fabrics c. Song Chyong Jeou - 600 tons (Taiwan) a. Name of company a. Investment(US$) b. Indonesian party b. Manpower c. Foreign party c. Location NEW PROJECTS 1. a. BERCA SCHINDLER a. 1,000,000 LIFTS, PT b. Ind. : 57 b. Berca Indonesia, PT Expt.: 3 c. Jardine Schindler (Pacific) c. Jakarta B.V. (Netherlands) 2. a. C.Y. TAS INDINESIA, a. 1,200,000 PT b. Ind. : 1,501 b. -- Expt.: 7 c. Park Corporation Ltd. c. Serang, (South Korea) West Java 3. a. DATA SYSTEMSDO a. 600,000 OVERSEAS, PT b. Ind. : 20 b.-- Expt.: 2 c. Mohamed Bashir Gargum c. Semarang, (Canada) Central Java 4. a. GARGUM BROTHERS, a. 600,000 PT b. Ind. : 100 b. Muchsin, Mr Expt.: 4 c. Mohamed Bashir Gargum c. Bekasi, (Libya) West Java 5. a. HADI FURNITURE, PT a. 1,000,000 b. -- b. Ind. : 214 c. Hussein Abdullah Issa Expt.: 5 (Australia) c. Kudus, Central Java 6. a. MAESOD THAINDO LES- a. 750,000 TARI, PT b. Ind. : 26 b. Tjonggah Ika Expt.: 2 c. Tanakorn Thapisatien c. Medan, (Thailand) North Sumatra 7. a. OBEN JOSSE BALI, PT a. 780,000 b. -- b. Ind. : 17 c. Josse Marie Mathieu Oben Expt.: 2 (Belgium) c. Badung, Bali 8. a. PELANGI ERA DUA- a. 762,500 SATU, PT b. Ind. : 390 b. Yuliana Juparki Expt.: 2 c. Song Chyong Jeou c. Tangerang, (Taiwan) West Java
Source: Data Consult3