goodmorningpapua.com – The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) and the Office of Industry, Trade, Cooperatives and Manpower of the Papua Province will cooperate to increase an economic development in Cenderawasih Earth.
This was stated by the Head of the Industry, Trade, Cooperatives, SMEs and Manpower of Papua Province, Omah Laduani Ladamay after holding a coffee morning with the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), Monday (19/7/2021).
Laduany said the service he leads will collaborate and synergize with the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry with various programs that will accelerate the economic development of the Papuan people.
“We have an agreement on how in the future to develop Papua, especially with the current economic conditions, we will form a working team to follow up on this agreement,” he said.
For him, the first meeting with Kadin Papua was to build synergy. This is in line with the vision and mission of the Governor and Deputy Governor of Papua and the vision and mission of the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
“I think Kadin’s vision and mission are the same as the Governor’s, to realize this the government will of course take policies and regulations,” he explained.
He believes that current millennials will be able to improve and grow the Papuan economy in the future, the commitment of the Government and the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry to collaborate with Bank Indonesia, OJK, the Papuan Entrepreneurs Customary Chamber and the regent.
“One of the policies that can be implemented properly, we have to do with lobbying with all parties,” he said.
Chairman of the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ronald Bonai, admitted that there are several things that have become an agreement with the Disperindag SME and Papuan Manpower.
“The meeting with the Department of Industry and Cooperatives, SMEs and Manpower today discussed the steps we will take in the future regarding how to develop Papua by increasing cooperation,” he said.
There are several points that will be conducted such as training for workers and finding solutions for unemployment, helping MSMEs in Papua and solving employment related issues.
“Me and Mr. Kadis have discussed that we will immediately form a working team to implement what we agreed on and will make an MoU,” he explained.
He claimed to have conveyed that there were several investors who wanted to enter Papua, “we conveyed several investors that we would bring whether they were allowed to be accepted,” he continued.