Monday, December 6, 2010

Who Funds Sunda Strait Bridge?

Who Funds Sunda Strait Bridge?

Who Funds Build Sunda Strait Bridge?If it materialized, the Sunda Strait bridge revenue source not just of the highway.Monday,
December 6, 2010, 07:05 GMT

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Construction costs of the Sunda Strait Bridge (JSS), which requires a minimum of Rp100 trillion of funds can not be closed if only rely on toll rates. But also needed such other financing sources.
"Pre-Feasibility Study From the results we obtain results with an investment of U.S. $ 10 billion, it will not be refunded solely rely on toll rates," said President Director of PT Bangungraha Sejahtera Mulia (BSM) Agung Prabowo, to VIVAnews.
The plan, the bridge connecting the island of Java and Sumatra will be built from 2013-2014. Dperkirakan in 2020, one of the longest bridge construction has been completed.
He has an idea, could use the concept of combining the area of development. That's because the infrastructure is always going to trigger economic growth. If it is set properly it will increase the keuntungna to participate in financing this investment.
Great propose to the government to engage in construction areas offered to investors. The concept, "not to build bridges but to build the region." In the region there Sunda Strait bridge, now that we racik a package together to attract as much as possible that this investment is very attractive, "he said.
He pointed to the development of tourism, commercial, industrial, sort of an independent special district. The private sector is given a kind of concession to manage the areas that have been offered, "For example, it builds a transfer operation, so after BEP is achieved, will return to the government," he said.
As for other funding, many companies are concerned, such as state electricity company, Jasa Marga, PT Kereta Api Indonesia would be interested to collaborate. "When we heard that SOE is working together with State, local enterprises are very open at all," he said. 

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