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    Denmark explores cooperation and investment in East Java

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    04 Desember 2020, 16:29 WIB Last Updated 2020-12-04T09:29:50Z
    Denmark explores cooperation and investment in East Java  HarianUmmat.com ■ Deputy Governor of East Java Emil Dardak received a visit from the Ambassador of Denmark HE Lars Bo Larsen at the Grahadi State Building, Surabaya, on Thursday (3/12).  The arrival of the Danish Ambassador HE Lars Bo Larsen to East Java wanted to explore opportunities for cooperation in the maritime sector with the East Java Provincial Government. Moreover, the Danish government considers Surabaya as a maritime base in Indonesia.   "East Java has an important capital because here there is PT PAL Indonesia which is able to manufacture ship equipment and maritime military equipment," said Deputy Governor of East Java Emil Dardak.  "If East Java and Denmark can strengthen this relationship and cooperation, I am sure it will increase the economic potential that comes from our maritime sector," he added.  Apart from the maritime sector, the meeting also discussed opportunities for new energy cooperation. Including cold supply chains that can be used in the agriculture, fisheries and medical vaccine sectors.  "Therefore, how can this new energy make the supply chain more efficient," he said.  On that occasion, he also explained that the performance of East Java-Denmark trade during the 2016-2020 period showed a surplus for East Java. From January-June 2020, the value of East Java's exports to Denmark was recorded at US $ 41.87 million or around Rp. 591 billion. Meanwhile, imports amounted to US $ 11.07 million or around Rp. 156 billion.  "So it can be said that a surplus of US $ 30.8 million or around Rp. 435 billion.  As for export commodities from East Java to Denmark in the form of wood, wooden goods, footwear, vehicles and parts, furniture and home lighting, and organic chemicals.  Meanwhile, East Java's main imported commodities from Denmark are wood lathe / pulp, adhesives, enzymes, machinery or mechanical appliances, and aluminum. Denmark is in 29th place as an export destination country from East Java.  During the meeting, opportunities for cooperation in the medical sector and research collaboration were also discussed. In fact, Emil also guaranteed investment convenience to Denmark to invest in East Java.  "Hopefully the arrival of the Danish Ambassador will give a sign that the relationship that has existed so far can be strengthened and strengthened through opportunities for cooperation between the two countries," he explained.  During his visit to East Java, HE Lars Bo Larsen said that his visit to East Java wanted to strengthen relations between the two countries. East Java is a province with the second largest economy after Jakarta. Therefore, cooperation opportunities can be expanded.  He said he welcomed the offer of the Deputy Governor of East Java which would make it easier if there were entrepreneurs who wanted to invest in East Java.  "We will collect and record what opportunities the two countries, both Denmark and Indonesia, can cooperate with, especially East Java," he said.

    HarianUmmat.com ■ Deputy Governor of East Java Emil Dardak received a visit from the Ambassador of Denmark HE Lars Bo Larsen at the Grahadi State Building, Surabaya, on Thursday (3/12).

    The arrival of the Danish Ambassador HE Lars Bo Larsen to East Java wanted to explore opportunities for cooperation in the maritime sector with the East Java Provincial Government. Moreover, the Danish government considers Surabaya as a maritime base in Indonesia.


    "East Java has an important capital because here there is PT PAL Indonesia which is able to manufacture ship equipment and maritime military equipment," said Deputy Governor of East Java Emil Dardak.

    "If East Java and Denmark can strengthen this relationship and cooperation, I am sure it will increase the economic potential that comes from our maritime sector," he added.

    Apart from the maritime sector, the meeting also discussed opportunities for new energy cooperation. Including cold supply chains that can be used in the agriculture, fisheries and medical vaccine sectors.

    "Therefore, how can this new energy make the supply chain more efficient," he said.

    On that occasion, he also explained that the performance of East Java-Denmark trade during the 2016-2020 period showed a surplus for East Java. From January-June 2020, the value of East Java's exports to Denmark was recorded at US $ 41.87 million or around Rp. 591 billion. Meanwhile, imports amounted to US $ 11.07 million or around Rp. 156 billion.

    "So it can be said that a surplus of US $ 30.8 million or around Rp. 435 billion.

    As for export commodities from East Java to Denmark in the form of wood, wooden goods, footwear, vehicles and parts, furniture and home lighting, and organic chemicals.

    Meanwhile, East Java's main imported commodities from Denmark are wood lathe / pulp, adhesives, enzymes, machinery or mechanical appliances, and aluminum. Denmark is in 29th place as an export destination country from East Java.

    During the meeting, opportunities for cooperation in the medical sector and research collaboration were also discussed. In fact, Emil also guaranteed investment convenience to Denmark to invest in East Java.

    "Hopefully the arrival of the Danish Ambassador will give a sign that the relationship that has existed so far can be strengthened and strengthened through opportunities for cooperation between the two countries," he explained.

    During his visit to East Java, HE Lars Bo Larsen said that his visit to East Java wanted to strengthen relations between the two countries. East Java is a province with the second largest economy after Jakarta. Therefore, cooperation opportunities can be expanded.

    He said he welcomed the offer of the Deputy Governor of East Java which would make it easier if there were entrepreneurs who wanted to invest in East Java.

    "We will collect and record what opportunities the two countries, both Denmark and Indonesia, can cooperate with, especially East Java," he said.

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