8 investors show interest in eastern Indonesian fisheries sector


Eight domestic investors have expressed interest in channeling Rp156 billion in funds to develop the fishing industry in eastern Indonesia, the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) has informed.

“Praise God, there are eight investors interested in investing in the marine and fisheries sector in eastern Indonesia,” Director-General of Strengthening the Competitiveness of Marine and Fishery Products (PDSPKP) at KKP Artati Widiarti said in a written statement received here on Saturday. Specifically, the investors will develop businesses involved in shrimp cultivation, fish processing, and seaweed marketing, she informed.— Antara

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