Jakarta's investment realization in second quarter of 2020 or April-June period reached Rp 30.1 trillion.
" Meanwhile the most attractive sectors for PMDN are transportation, warehouse, and telecommunication"
In detail, realization of Foreign Investment (PMA) reached US$ 0.8 billion or equivalent with Rp 12.2 trillion with State Budget (APBN) 2020 exchange rates US$ 1 = Rp 14,400. While realization of Domestic Investment (PMD N) reached Rp 17.9 trillion.
Jakarta Investment and One-Stop Integrated Service (PMPTSP) Head, Benni Aguscandra informed, business sectors with the highest investment value and attracted investors to invest in Jakarta.
For PMA investors, the most attractive business sectors are housing, industrial estates, and offices with realized investment value of US$ 308 million or 36 percent from total Jakarta's PMA investment realization in the second quarter of 2020.
"Meanwhile the most attractive sectors for PMDN are transportation, warehouse, and telecommunication that amounting Rp 6.6 trillion in the second quarter of 2020," he added, Tuesday (8/11).
Furthermore, PMA and PMDN investment realization data based on municipality cities, South Jakarta is the highest with total investment realization reached Rp 13.5 trillion, consisting of PMA Rp 8.3 trillion and PMDN Rp 5.2 trillion.
Next is Central Jakarta with total amount Rp 8.8 trillion with PMA Rp 1.7 trillion and PMDN Rp 7.1 trillion.
The third is North Jakarta with investment realization reached Rp 3.4 trillion, consisting PMA Rp 936 billion and PMDN Rp 2.5 trillion.
"Investment realization for West Jakarta reached Rp 2.3 trillion, consisting PMA Rp 430 billion and PMDN Rp 1.9 trillion; East Jakarta Rp 2 trillion, consisting of PMA Rp 799 million and PMDN Rp 1.2 trillion," he continued.
His side continues to build an intensive coordination with various stakeholders to develop strategies and solutions to strengthen investment climate in Jakarta.
"We also active promoting in various investment forum which held with the New Habit Adaptation in order to prevent COVID-19," he closed.