Economic Daily – China Economic Net Jakarta, May 17, to enhance the competitiveness of the international market, Indonesia will open eight new international trading ports.
According to the Ministry of Transport of Indonesia, the eight ports are located in the cities of Jambi, Banten, North Sulawesi, Bangka Belitung, and West Papua, which will significantly reduce the participation of Indonesia’s remote or backward regions in international trade. Logistics costs. It was also learned that Indonesia has 141 international trading ports, 89 of which are in full operation. There is still a long way to go to meet the needs of international trade development. Chinese companies such as Luqiao and Beijing Urban Construction are actively helping local ports and roads. And other logistics infrastructure construction.