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MP3EI Sulawesi

MP3EI Sulawesi

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Masterplan P3EI
Sulawesi Economic Corridor
Development Theme:
Consists of 6Economic Centers :
• Palu• Gorontalo• Manado• Makassar• Kendari• Mamuju
Center of Producon and Processing of Naonal  Agricultural, Plantaon, Fishery,Oil & Gas, and Mining
Main Economic Acvity:
• Agricultural
Rice, Corn,Soybean, andCassava
• Cocoa• Fishery• Nickel• Oil and Gas
Capital City/Economic CenterFood Estate Activity NodeFood Agriculture Activity NodeExisting Access RoadLNG AreaFishery Activity NodeIndustrial ClusterEconomic Center Connecting LaneNickel Mining Activity NodeDomestic Sailing Network Sea Port
Doc. Berau Coal 
AlternaveInternaonal Hub
AlternaveInternaonal Hub
To Papua
Masterplan P3EI
Sulawesi Economic Corridor
Overview of Sulawesi Economic Corridor
The theme of Sulawesi Economic Corridor is to serve as the
Center for Producon and Processing of NaonalAgricultural, Plantaon, Fishery, Oil & Gas, and Mining
This corridor is expected to be at the forefront of the naonal economy serving the markets of East Asia,Australia, Oceania and America. Sulawesi Economic Corridor has a high potenal to achieve economic andsocial development with its main economic acvies. In order to accomplish this, several issues must beconsidered:The low value of Sulawesi’s GRDP per capita when compared to other islands in Indonesia;The slow growth of agriculture as the main economic acvity even though agriculture is the largestcontributor to Sulawesi’s GRDP (30 percent) and absorbs about 50 percent of the total workforce;Investments in Sulawesi are from domesc and foreign investors, but relavely low compared to otherregions;Lack of adequate economic and social infrastructure such as roads, electricity, water, and health.Sulawesi Economic Corridor development focuses on the main economic acvies of Food Agriculture, Cocoa,Fishery and Nickel Mining. In addion, the main economic acvies of Oil and Gas can also be developed withthe potenal to drive economic growth in this corridor
Food Agriculture activities in Sulawesi are rice, corn, soybean, and cassava. Food agriculture activities,especially rice and corn, are very important, particularly for domestic consumption. Indonesia is the thirdlargest rice producer in the world, most of which is used for domestic consumption. Indonesia imported800,000 tons of corn in 2010 to meet its domestic demand of 5 million tons.Sulawesi is the third largest food producer in Indonesia, which accounts for 10 percent of national riceproduction and 15 percent of national corn production. Food Agriculture contributes 13 percent of Sulawesi’s GRDP.
Figure 3.E.1:The Countries Proporon of Rice Producing in the World and the Areas Proporon of Rice Producing in Indonesia
Top 5 rice producing and consuming naons (%)Share of rice producedin Indonesia (%)
Source: USDA, Naonal Stasc Agency (NSA), Processed
Indonesia has 9% of worldwide rice produconand consumpon, only aer China and India
Sulawesi is the 3
largest riceproducing province
OthersVietnamBangladeshIndonesiaIndiaChinaJavaSumatraSulawesiKalimantanBali – Nusa TenggaraIndonesia Rice producon
Food Agriculture
Masterplan P3EI
Sulawesi Economic Corridor

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