Indonesia Opens 8 International Trade Ports Again

Time: 2018-05-18
    Recently, the person in charge of the Ministry of Transport Organization and Relations Office stated that it will open eight more international trading ports, reduce the cost of industrial transportation, and at the same time help Indonesia's products become more competitive in the international market. This huge archipelago country already has 141 open international trading ports, including 89 fully operational international seaports and 52 special terminals. It is reported that the eight ports are located in Indonesia's Jambi, Banten, North Sulawesi, Bangka Belitung, West Papua and other provinces.

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