Tue, 02 Oct 2007
A Dutch multinational company is seeking an opportunity to invest in Indonesia’s horticultural seedling industry, an Agriculture Department official said on Monday (24/9/07).

The company wants to invest in an industry producing vegetable and fruit seedlings, Director General of Horticulture Achmad Dimyati said.

"The company is now eyeing such an industry to invest in and we hope it can be realized," he was quoted as saying by Antara.

He said he had shown the company some areas suitable for a seedling industry, including locations in Berastagi and Karo, North Sumatra; Batu, Malang in East Java; Wonosobo in Central Java; Cianjur in West Java; Malino in South Sulawesi and in South Sulawesi.



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