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Paris` tourist buses promote "Wonderful Indonesia"

VOI NEWS 09.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7, 13-09-2017

Tourist buses in Paris, France, promote Indonesia’s tourism brand of "Wonderful Indonesia" for one month, starting September 12 to October 9, 2017. As quoted from Antara news agency, Chief of Visit Indonesia Tourism Office (VITO) in France, Eka Moncarre, said that September is full of Visit Indonesia activities. She said Wonderful Indonesia will also adorn every street in Paris and every corner of the city during the Visit Indonesia activities. Moncarre added that the promotion of Wonderful Indonesia in Paris aims to attract as many European tourists as possible to visit Indonesia. Two years after the opening of VITO France’s office to the public, the marketing of Wonderful Indonesia in the country is running more and more intense to capture French tourists to Indonesia. Some 16 Open Tours Buses in Paris are decorated with beautiful scenery in Indonesia like Borobudur Temple, beautiful Balinese dancers, Komodo dragon, Lake Toba, and beautiful Raja Ampat. Promotion of Wonderful Indonesia in Paris aims as an invitation to explore Indonesia, in addition to showing and communicating about the natural beauty of Indonesia and its culturally friendly people. (antara)

No Gas Import from Singapore, PLN Says

State power company PLN said it will not import gas from Singapore but will cooperate with Singaporean companies to build gas infrastructure. PLN business director for Central Java Amir Rosidin said recently that the company and Singapore's Pavilion Energy and Keppel Corporation will build small-scale LNG regasification terminals in Natuna and Tanjung Pinang. The terminals will be adjacent to the LNG terminal hub located in Singapore. He said there is no gas import from Singapore, this is only a partnership for gas infrastructure developers and the government has not determined the price and the value because it is still being studied for feasibility. The cooperation is to create a framework concept to distribute PLN's LNG to power plants in Tanjung Pinang and Natuna. Amir said that the partnership is aimed at lowering the cost of electricity production, as the proximity will cut operating costs and basic production cost in Sumatra. (tempo)

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