President Director of Jaswita Jabar, Deni Nurdyana Hadimin, stated here on Wednesday that the four investment projects offered by the enterprise are all flagship projects aimed at supporting tourism development in West Java.
The four investment projects are the construction of a capsule hotel in Bandung City worth Rp7.2 billion, construction of the Cikutra creative market in Bandung City valued at Rp212 billion, construction of the Hejo Forest ecotourism area in Ciwidey Rancabali worth Rp6.5 billion, as well as construction of the Pangandaran art lodge worth Rp12.9 billion.
"The investment offer in these four projects aligns with West Java's development vision to make the tourism sector a driver for economic growth and is also in line with our vision to make Jaswita Jabar a leading company in the tourism sector by 2025," Hadimin elaborated.
The four projects are offered to investors, with some investment schemes, in the form of soft loans, strategic partnership, or direct investment.
The business schemes to be applied in the projects also vary, ranging from direct management by Jaswita Jabar to cooperative management with investor partners.
Earlier, on Tuesday (Nov 17), Jaswita Jabar had inked a cooperation agreement with the West Java Department of Tourism and Culture for development and management of the Pangandaran Art Lodge in the province.
Jaswita Jabar also signed a non-disclosure agreement with PT KinerjaPay Indonesia for development of a project at some location in the province.
Moreover, Jaswita Jabar inked a preliminary agreement with PT Bina Wana Lestari on the Hejo Forest Ecotourism development and management.
Jaswita Jabar additionally signed an MoU with PTPN VIII for management of the Ciater tourist area that was borne witness by West Java Governor M Ridwan Kamil. Related news: Jokowi upbeat about Muhammadiyah debunking hoaxes surrounding COVID-19
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