The Committee for the Accelerated Procurement of Priority Infrastructures (KPPIP) will supervise the implementation of the priority projects, he said.
"In our GDP (gross domestic product) the percentage of infrastructures in the early days after the (financial) crisis dropped, so it posed an obstacle towards our development," he said.
To encourage infrastructure development, the government needs financial support from various parties particularly the private sector so it plans to issue several policies covering the fiscal, institutional and regulation aspects, he said.
"Of course, (the financial source of) small infrastructures on a regional scale will be the state budget. However, (the financial source of) strategic infrastructures will mostly come from private companies, state-owned companies and the state budget," he said.
In the fiscal aspect, the government has developed various financing and insurance facilities including viability gap fund (VGF), availability payment, and tax incentives to attract investors for non-financial projects.