Central Sulawesi


Capital of Province : Palu.

Border Area: * East: Maluku

* West: Makassar Strait.

* North: Sulawesi Sea and Gorontalo Province.

* South: South Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi.

Geographical

Location: 2o 22 North Latitude and 3o 48 South Latitude, 119o 22 and 124o 22 East Longitude.

Total Area : 61,841.29 km2.

Population : 2,785,488 people (2013).

Gross Regional

Domestic Product

(GRDP) : IDR 21.02 trillion (2012), IDR 22.98 trillion (2013).

GRDP per Capita: IDR 18.28 million (2012), IDR 20.73 million (2013).*

Export : US$ 297.14 million (2013), US$ 77.25 million (2014).**

Import : US$ 186 million (2013), US$ 226.69 million (2014).**

Contact : Office of Central Sulawesi Governor Jl. Prof. Dr. Moh. Yamin SH. No.7 Palu, Sulawesi Tengah 94112 Tel/Fax. +6221 451 421844 Website: http://sultengprov.go.id

*) GRDP catalog District / City in Indonesia 2009 - 2013, the Central Bureau of Statistics. Excluding the petroleum and gas.

**) Foreign Trade Statistics Catalog of Central Sulawesi province in 2015, BPS Central Sulawesi.

Infrastructure:

Airport: Bubung Luwuk Airport, Kasigincu Palu,

Lalos Toli-toli

, Pagogul Buol and Mutiara Airport.

Highway: State Highway (2,181.95 km) and Provincial Highway (1.619,26 km).

Sea Port: Pantolan Port, Toli toli, Luwuk, Poso and Salakan.

Industrial Zone: Palu Industrial Zone

Land Transportation: N/A

City Transportation: Public Bus.Communication Network (Optical Fiber & Data Access ): South Sulawesi is one of the eight provinces that could access infrastructure development of broadband backbone network optical fiber of Sulawesi, Maluku, Papua Cable System (SMPCS) which has been initiated by the government. With an infrastructure length of 8.772 kilometers, SMPCS expected to replace satellite services that have been used in the voice and data telecommunication model in Eastern Indonesia, and accelerate the growth of communications services that can support the promotion of economic growth in the region.

Electricity: Central Sulawesi Province is currently being intensively building the infrastructure as a means to provide the convenience of investors, one of which is a priority for completion of the construction of Poso I and II power plants and Palu – Parigi Shortcut. Central Sulawesi provincial government is also developing Industrial Zone of Morowali and Coal power plant with a capacity of 2 x 65 MW, and the development of Industrial Zone located in Palu in the Special Zone with an area of 1,500 hectares. **

Regional Minimum Wage: IDR 995 thousand per month (2013), IDR 1.25 million per month (2014).
Number of Job Seekers: 18.728 People(2013).


*) From various source.

**) http://sultengprov.go.id

Infrastructure:

Airport: Bubung Luwuk Airport, Kasigincu Palu,

Lalos Toli-toli

, Pagogul Buol and Mutiara Airport.

Highway: State Highway (2,181.95 km) and Provincial Highway (1.619,26 km).

Sea Port: Pantolan Port, Toli toli, Luwuk, Poso and Salakan.

Industrial Zone: Palu Industrial Zone

Land Transportation: N/A
Fiber & Data

Access):

South Sulawesi is one of the eight provinces that could access infrastructure development of broadband backbone network optical fiber of Sulawesi, Maluku, Papua Cable System (SMPCS) which has been initiated by the government. With an infrastructure length of 8.772 kilometers, SMPCS expected to replace satellite services that have been used in the voice and data telecommunication model in Eastern Indonesia, and accelerate the growth of communications services that can support the promotion of economic growth in the region.

City Transportation: Public Bus.Communication Network (OpticalElectricity: Central Sulawesi Province is currently being intensively building the infrastructure as a means to provide the

convenience

of investors, one of which is a priority for completion of the construction of Poso I and II power plants and Palu – Parigi Shortcut. Central Sulawesi provincial government is also developing Industrial Zone of Morowali and Coal power plant with a capacity of 2 x 65 MW, and the development of Industrial Zone located in Palu in the Special Zone with an area of 1,500 hectares. **

Regional Minimum Wage: IDR 995 thousand per month (2013), IDR 1.25 million per month (2014).

Number

of Job Seekers: 18.728 People (2013).

*) From various source.**) http://sultengprov.go.id

Kantor Gubernur Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah

Jl. Prof. Dr. Moh. Yamin SH. No.7 Palu,

Sulawesi Tengah 94112

Telp/Faks. +6221 451 421844

Website: http://sultengprov.go.id

Plantation: Coconut, cocoa, palm oil and coffee.

Services: Nature and maritime tourism.

Fisheries: Wild fisheries, mariculture, aquaculture and ponds farming.

Forestry: Rattan

Supporting sector: Iron ore and gold mining.