P I C E E B A, 1ST PICEEBA 2018

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ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENTS BASED ON THE MAIN COMMODITY AND THE EFFECT OF LICENSING SYSTEM, THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AVAILABILITY, ECONOMIC GROWTH ON REALIZATION OF INVESTMENT IN JAMBI PROVINCE
Muhammad Safri, M.Syurya Hidayat

Last modified: 2018-06-28

Abstract


To realize the investment in Jambi Province so that investors are coming soon in Jambi Province, not an easy problem such as turning the palm of the hand. They must have a feasibility of information that can first guide to complete the investment feasibility study. They require preliminary data on pre-eminent commodities in the District / City, a description of the type of land suitability and the factors assessed in the preliminary framework that are expected to affect.

Each of the cities and districts studied has different advantages, let alone the result of descriptive analysis combined with the land suitability data. The five districts studied generally have 2 (two) types of soil, namely red yellow podozolic soil and peat soil (organosol).

The city of Jambi has more regional advantage compared to other districts, because it is supported by strategic values (location rent) and appeal to investors due to the high hierarchy of the region, the distribution destination center of the inland / district. Muaro Jambi Regency as the main buffer zone City should be able to anticipate City development faster, such as developing palm oil or rubber derivation industry with red yellow podzolic condition - equal to the upstream of West Tanjung Jabung, Jambi. It needs priority and investment promotion breakthrough. While Tanjung Jabung West downstream is expected to capture investment opportunities of fishery or aquatic sub-sector. East Tanjung Jabung needs to sharpen and apply downstream investment opportunities from oil and gas, such as LPG and so on, in addition to utilizing the potential of transportation infrastructure to and from Berhala island. Similarly, the potential of mangrove forests in Berbak National Park, can be packed into a real natural tourism sustainable power.


Keywords


land; permissions; hierarchy; rent; outlet

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