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Coronavirus Outbreak Has Not Impacted Investment from China: BKPM

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Annisa ayu artanti, Christopher Harindra • 28 Januari 2020 17:35
Jakarta: The Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) has not seen the impact of the spread of the coronavirus on the realization of investment from China in Indonesia.
"If we want to measure it, it is not too significant for us," said Head of BKPM Bahlil Lahadalia at the IDX Building, Jakarta on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
According to him, there is no change in investment trends due to the spread of the virus originating from the Wuhan area, China. In the first month of this year, the investment trend was still normal.

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"The trend in the first month is normal," he said.
Bahlil continued that the BKPM will publish the latest report in February. He explained that he data will also reveal the amount and realization of investment from China.
"If BKPM measures how much influence the coronavirus has, it can only be seen in late February," he said.
The novel coronavirus is believed to have originated from Wuhan, a city in Hubei province, China. The virus reportedly first appeared in December at a market that sells a variety of animals in Wuhan.


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