Fri, 08 Jun 2007
Samarinda, E Kalimantan (ANTARA News) - New Zealand is looking into the possibility of investing in East Kalimantan`s eco-tourism and micro hydro power plants.

"There are two things in East Kalimantan in which we may be interested to make an investment, namely eco-tourism and micro hydro power plants," Deputy New Zealand Ambassador to Indonesia Dacid Stachan said here Thursday.

Stachan, who visited East Kalimantan for the first time expressed hope that the local administration could provide his country with information on its investment opportunities and potentials.

"I came here to look into possibilities of investment. If such possibilities exist, I will bring the result of my visit to my government for consideration," he said.(*)



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