Jumat, 22 Maret 2013

Develop Aru Islands Sugarcane Plantations

Sugarcane plantation area of ​​15,000 hectares (HA) will be developed in the district of Aru Islands, Maluku Province, said Head of Forestry, Agriculture, Plantation and local farming, Minggus Limahelu. "One of the venture capital investment firms in the domestic and foreign have recommended Maluku Governor Karel Albert Ralahalu for the release of a permit by the Ministry of Forestry (MoF) Zukifli Hasan," he said in Ambon on Friday. 

 Permit the release of the region is still studied Menhut before deciding to perform a selective analysis and assessment."Aru Islands regency with Regent Tedy Tengko has processed licenses since the end of 2010 because of the presence of such plantations strategically promote the growth of investment in Maluku that when operating a strategic impact on other sectors," said Minggus. Moreover, according to him, the development will require thousands of plantation labor under the direction of Regent Tengko need to prioritize the recruitment of local area based on the needs of the formation. "So the Aru Islands regency support the development of sugarcane plantations diprograkan also build a sugar factory," said Minggus.On another occasion the Chairman Bappeda Aru Islands, Arens Uniplaitta said plantation development is strategic to address employment needs so that the unemployment rate would be resolved. "Certainly recruited workforce regions (Agreement) which penjaringannya regulated firms and Manpower (Manpower) Aru Islands regency," he said. The operation of the plantation will also reduce the number of poverty in the district split from Southeast Maluku in 2004. "Aru Islands in 2010 there are 6555 households of the population as 83,634 souls scattered in 117 villages and two urban villages," said Arens. He acknowledged the contribution of sugar cane plantation and mill operations will boost economic growth in the Aru Islands in 2010 is targeted at the top 5 percent. "When a number of other investors are also realizing the appropriate planting modalya Medium Term Development Plan (Plan) Aru Islands in 2015 economic growth to 7.2 percent," said Arens Uniplaitta.

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