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30 Luglio 2021

Indonesia

INDONESIA'S FISH BARN TARGETED TO CONTRIBUTE RP3.71 TRILLION ANNUALLY

The Marine Affairs and Fisheries Ministry (KKP) has targeted the National Fish Barn (LIN) Program to contribute Rp3.71 trillion each year to non-tax revenues (PNBP) owing to the vast potential in the fisheries sector. The Fisheries Development Area of the Republic of Indonesia (WPPNRI) 718 comprises the Aru Sea, Arafuru Sea, and eastern part of Timor Sea. Administratively, the area is located within Papua, West Papua, and Maluku Provinces.Furthermore, the area has potential to 5,500 workers, he said, adding that the KKP had regulated the fishing mechanism within the area. Each fisherman will have a fishing quota and be able to only bring his catch to the appointed ports. There will be eight fishing ports near WPPNRI 718 to support the Ambon New Port as the main integrated harbor. The Ambon New Port is expected to be the export gateway for fisheries products in the LIN area. In the meantime, refrigerated container ships will be provided for the domestic market. The ships supply the products from ports within the LIN area to destination ports. This scheme also aims to support the government’s sea toll, Trenggono expounded. (ICE GIACARTA)


Fonte notizia: Kontan News - July 29, 2021