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1 Indonesian Fisheries: Policy and Investment Opportunity Dr. Fadel Muhammad Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Republic of Indonesia July 2010 July

2 Vision: Indonesia as the World’s Largest Producer of Marine and Fisheries Products at 2015 Indonesian Marine and Fisheries Sector 2

3 Mission : Improve welfare of marine and fisheries societies Indonesian Marine and Fisheries Sector 3

4 Indonesian Economic at Glance and Marine & Fishery Sector 4

5 INDONESIAN MACRO ECONOMIC INDICATOR Source: Minister Coordinator of Economic Affair, Indonesian Economic, paper presented on Cabinet Retreat at Tampak Siring Bali Indonesia, 19 April

6 THE TARGET OF MEDIUM-TERM NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (RPJM) AS A RESULT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INCLUSIVE, SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE OUTCOME PER CAPITA Fixed real Price in 2000 (IDR) USD Product Domestic Gross per Capita (USD, IDR 9.000) Economic Growth6,3 – 6,8 % (average per year) 7 % before – 7,7 % in 2014 Inflation4 – 6 % (average per year) Unemployment Level 5 – 6 % (in the end of 2014) Proverty Level8 – 10 % (in the end of 2014) 6

7 SEKTOR Agriculture Mining Manufacture Electricity, Water, Gas Construction Trade Transportation & Telecom Finance, Property, Service Services Gross Domestic Product100 GDB excluded Oil & Gas Agriculture & Manufacture Sector are the main Indonesian Economic Engine Source:: Indonesian Board of Statistic

8 INDONESIAN FISH PRODUCTION Aquaculture growing fastly 8

9 TARGETS, PRODUCTION (million ton) Capture Farming CONSUMPTION (kg/capita) EXPORT ($ Billion) Source ; MOMAF-RI (2009) 9

10 IOTC CCSBT WCPFC Indonesia is now a full member of the IOTC and CCSBT and as a non-member contracting party of the WCPFC 10

11 Indonesian Fishing Grounds 11

12 Areas offered to Taiwanese private sectors Morotai Islands, North Mollucas Riau Islands Province 12

13 Morotai Island, North Mollucas Taiwan Japan Jakarta 13

14 NORTH SULAWESI CENTRAL SULAWESI MOROTAI SMALL ISLAND BIG OPPORTUNITY Morotai Island North Molucas Province 14

15 Taiwan Country Name: Taiwan R.O.C Location: Pacific Ocean, 120 km (74.6 mi) off the coast of Mainland China Coordinates: 23°46 N, 121°0 E23°46 N, 121°0 E Area: 35,980 km2(13,892 sq mi) Population: 23,046,177 (as of 2009) Geography: The island of Taiwan lies some 180 kilometers off the southeastern coast of China, across the Taiwan Strait, and has an area of 35,801 Taiwan Strait km2 (13,822.8 sq mi). The East China SeaEast China Sea lies to the north, the Philippine Sea to the east,Philippine Sea the Luzon Strait directly to the south and theLuzon Strait South China SeaSouth China Sea to the southwest. The island is characterized by the contrast between the eastern two-thirds, consisting mostly of rugged mountains running in five ranges from the northern to the southern tip of the island, and the flat to gently rolling plains in the west that are also home to most of Taiwan's population. 15

16 Morotai Island - Indonesia Country: Indonesia Location: Maluku (Molluca) Islands Coordinate: 2°19 N, 128°32 E2°19 N, 128°32 E Area: 1,800 km2 Population: 54,876 (2007) Geography: Morotai is a rugged, forested island lying to the north of Halmahera. It has an area ofHalmahera some 1,800 km2, stetching 80 km north-south and no more than 42 km wide. The island's largest town is Daruba, on theDaruba islands south coast. Almost all of Morotai's numerous villages are coastal settlements; a paved road linking those on the east coast starts from Daruba and will eventually reach BerebereBerebere, the principal town on Morotai's east coast, 68 km from Daruba. 16

17 MAP OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN CAPTURE FISHERIES MOROTAI ISLAND Airport River Administrative border Land area Coast line Harbour water area Fisheries Harbour Types Fish Catching Areas Road Clay Road 17

18 Harbour Pier CAPTURE FISHERIES Pier Public Harbour International Airport EXPORT Morotai 2016 Harbour Berebere Sangowo Sopi Wayabula Daruba PPI PPP Hongkong, Japan, Singapore, Korea etc 6 – 12 mile 18

19 1.DPI 1 Coral capture fisheries 2.DPI 2 Capture fisheries for small pelagic and demersal 3.DPI 3 Capture fisheries for bic pelagic DPI 2 DPI 3 DPI 1 CAPTURE FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT AREA Fish landing plan in Morotai : 1.Tilei 2.Berebere 3.Sopi = Location of fish landing plan 19

20 PURSE SEINE (DPI 3)LONG LINE (DPI 4) GILLNET (DPI 2) BOTTOM LONG LINE(DPI 2) 20

21 Investment Opportunities in Morotai Island Grouper (and other fish) farming.Grouper (and other fish) farming. As a basis for tuna fishing in EEZ of Indonesia and western Pacific Ocean (WCPFC area).As a basis for tuna fishing in EEZ of Indonesia and western Pacific Ocean (WCPFC area). Fish processing industryFish processing industry Marine-based tourismMarine-based tourism Horticulture, floricultureHorticulture, floriculture Animal husbandry (animal raiser)Animal husbandry (animal raiser) 21

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23 Lingga Tanjung Pinang Bata m Karimun Natuna Bintan Anambas MAP OF RIAU ISLAND PROVINCE 23

24 GEOGRAPHIC CONDITION  1. TOTAL AREA : ,67 Km 2  Land Base: 8.209,61 Km 2 (1,95%)  Waters: ,06 Km 2 (98,05%)  2. Number of Islands:  Inhabited: 366  Uninhabited:  Frontline Island: 19 24

25 NOKIND OF FISHRESOURCES (TON) UTILIZATION (%) 1SMALL PELAGIC513, DEMERSAL656, SHRIMP11, LOBSTER SQUID2, CORAL FISH27, ORNAMENTAL FISH293,595,525 PCS- 25

26 NOTYPE OF CULTURE POTENTIAL RESOURCES (Ha) UTILIZATION (Ha) LOCATION (REGION) 1MARICULTURE435,0002,107 BINTAN, BATAM, KARIMUN, LINGGA, NATUNA, TANJUNG PINANG 2BREAKISHWATER17, BINTAN, BATAM, KARIMUN, LINGGA 3FRESHWATER2, BINTAN, BATAM, KARIMUN, LINGGA 26

27 NOREGIONLOCATION FOR MARINE ECO TOURISM 1BINTANCOASTAL AREA IN BINTAN AND TAMBELAN ISLAND 2LINGGASENAYANG, LINGGA AND SINGKEP ISLAND 3NATUNACOASTAL AREA SOURONDING NATUNA ISLAND AND ANAMBAS 4KARIMUNKARIMUN, KUNDUR, MORO ISLAND 5TANJUNG PINANG PENYENGAT, SENGGARONG, TERKULAI, DAN SORE ISLAND 6BATAMCOASTAL LINE OF BATAM, REMPONG, AND GALANG ISLAND 27

28 P.T. Muara Manggalindo, Indonesia Seafood Processor Company © Copyright 2010 Site created by C2 Logic p.t. Muara Manggalindo Jl. Muara Baru Ujung Blok H Kav Jakarta Utara Indonesia 14440C2 Logic Phone: begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting Fax: FISHSURIMIFISH MEALSEAFOOD MEAT BALLS 28

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30 Please avail yourselves of these marvelous business opportunities 30

31 Thank You 31


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