Why Are Chinese Workers Still Invading Indonesia?


The collaboration between Indonesian and Chinese companies in the Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP). With 54 companies in the IMIP, a joint venture between Bintang Empat Group and Tsingshan Steel Group, the industrial area employs 80 thousand local workers and 11 thousand Chinese workers. 

Despite the higher costs associated with foreign labor, there is an emphasis on technology and skill transfer to the local workforce, particularly in the production of nickel, stainless steel, and carbon steel.

The IMIP's Managing Director, Hamid Mina, acknowledges China's significance as a business partner for Indonesia's industrial strategy due to its large population attracting substantial investments. While expressing a preference for local workers, Hamid notes that the competence of foreign workers is essential. He reassures that there are no investor demands to recruit Chinese workers, and the company is committed to gradually reducing the percentage of foreign workers over time.

Source: truth.web.id

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