According to the Southeast Asian news website Benarnews on the 21st, Indonesian President Joko attended the opening ceremony of the Green Industrial Park in Borneo on Tuesday, which will use $132 billion in investment from China and the United Arab Emirates, and a hydropower station invested by Chinese enterprises for The power supply of.
According to the report, the 30,000-hectare industrial park in North Kalimantan Province will be almost as large as the island country Malta. It will become a manufacturing center for solar panels, electric vehicle batteries, industrial silicon and other products.
The report pointed out that the Indonesian government aims to complete the construction of a green Indonesian industrial park by 2024, the last year of Joko’s administration.
Joko said at the opening ceremony of the industrial park: “A leap forward in Indonesia’s economic transformation will start here.” He said that the new development zone will create jobs and make a significant contribution to the country’s fiscal revenue generation. Joko said: “This is a cooperation between Indonesian, Indonesian investors, Chinese investors and investors in the United Arab Emirates.”
Fabby Tumiwa, executive director of the Basic Services Reform Institute (IESR), a private think tank, said: “The Indonesian president’s dream is to create a real ‘green’ area, so everything produced there must be environmentally friendly.” Fabi added that the Indonesian government needs to implement strict regulations to allow only renewable energy in the region.
According to the World Resources Institute, Indonesia is the largest and most populous country in Southeast Asia and one of the top ten countries in the world in total pollutant emissions, accounting for 2% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Fabi told Boehner News: “If we talk about China, their attitude towards pollution control is unanimous at home. They even have the strictest industrial standards in the world, requiring domestic industries to reduce the use of coal.