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Indonesian newspaper highlights progress of 'Twin Parks' project

gofujian.com.cn | Updated: 2023-08-01


The full-page article on Kompas. [Photo/cankaoxiaoxi.com]

Indonesian national daily newspaper Kompas published a full-page article on the China-Indonesia "Two Counties Twin Parks" project on July 23.

The article emphasized the impact the project has had on fostering greater cooperation between China and ASEAN (The Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries.

The project involves establishing industrial parks such as the Fuzhou Yuanhong Investment Zone in Fuzhou, capital of East China's Fujian province, and other parks in Bintan, Aviarna, and Badung in Indonesia. According to the article, the development of the "Two Counties, Twin Parks" project in both counties is progressing rapidly.

The article stated that an increasing number of companies are participating in the construction of cross-border industrial chains, injecting vitality and momentum into the development of the parks in both countries.

In February, the Indonesia-Fuzhou Economic and Trade Cooperation Conference and Project Signing Ceremony was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. Fifteen projects with a combined investment of 21.6 billion yuan ($3.01 billion) were signed during that event.

In May, the China (Fujian)-Indonesia Co-building "Two Counties, Twin Parks" and Economic and Trade Cooperation Promotion Conference took place in Jakarta and witnessed the signing of 21 projects worth 43.2 billion yuan. That same month, the China-Indonesia "Two Counties, Twin Parks" Economic and Trade Cooperation Exchange and Negotiation Meeting was held in Fuzhou. Ten key projects with a total investment of 4.55 billion yuan were signed during this meeting.

The article also stated that the China-Indonesia "Two Counties Twin Parks" project serves as a grand project to promote friendly cooperation and mutually beneficial relations between China and ASEAN countries, adding that it will contribute to a higher-level China-ASEAN strategic partnership and set a new benchmark for vibrant and exciting regional cooperation.

This is not the first time Kompas has reported on the project.

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