Wednesday, May 14, 2008

East Kalimantan needs the Investor the Seed Cow

on Thursday, November 22 2007 | 13:06 of WIB

The Interactive TIME, Balikpapan: East Kalimantan needs the investor of livestock breeding of piece cattle to fill the target of the meat self-reliance 2010.
His target, the requirement for the community between 60 thousand tails of supplies every year.
"In fact in East Kalimantan really need the investor of the cattle seed apart from to satisfy the requirement" for "consumption also to achieve the meat self-reliance in 2010," say to the Service East Kalimantan Syahtiar.
According to Syahtiar, East Kalimantan uptil now brings cattle from Sulawesi, Bali, in the West Nusa Tenggara and some of the Java.
Ideally, East Kalimantan every year produces 55,000 tails per the year since 2001 - 2010.
Officially East Kalimantan Livestock Breeding, says Syahtiar, still the difficulty develops the cattle livestock.
The development of the livestock breeding region in the area of the border and the countryside is difficult to receive transport access.

Source: Tempo Interactive

Hear Germany from East Kalimantan

From East Kalimantan you hear Germany. Most of forestry student take scholarship from Germany. They hear far about Germany. High-speed vehicular traffic has a long tradition in Germany given that the first motorway (Autobahn) in the world, the AVUS, and the world's first automobile were developed and built in Germany. Germany possesses one of the most dense road systems of the world. German motorways have no blanket speed limit. However, posted limits are in place on many dangerous or congested stretches as well as where traffic noise or pollution poses a problem.
The national roads in Germany are called Bundesstraßen (federal road). Their numbers are usually well known to the road users, as they appear (written in black digits on a yellow rectangle with black border) on direction traffic signs and in street maps. A Bundesstraße is often referred to as "B" followed by its number, for example "B 1", one of the main east-west routes. More important routes have lower numbers. Odd numbers are usually applied to east-west oriented roads, and even numbers for north-south routes. Bypass routes are referred to with an appended "a" (alternative) or "n" (new alignment), as in "B 56n".
Other main public roads are maintained by the Bundesländer (states), called Landesstraße (country road) or Staatsstraße (state road). The numbers of these roads are prefixed with "L", "S" or "St", but are usually not seen on direction signs or written in maps. They appear on the kilometre posts on the roadside. Numbers are unique only within one state.
Hotelsdeutsche has thousands of hotels conveniently located for last minute travellers by road. You can go to big city around Germany from this street. From example: Cologne, Munich, Frankfrut, and Berlin.

Pepper is Main Commodity in East Kalimantan

Pepper in East Kalimantan is the traditional commodity that for quite a long time is known and developed by the people. Some time before the pepper commodity was one of the East Kalimantan export commodities that is important enough, that is known with the quality white pepper Samarinda.

After the price of this commodity falls in the world market to the lowest point and the disaster of land fire as well as dry long that struck East Kalimantan last 1982 the production of East Kalimantan pepper descends drastically, so as since that time East Kalimantan has no longer been recorded as the exporter of pepper.

The last few years agricultural the people's pepper is again intensified, more - more is triggered by the existence of the price increase that is quite significant in the world market.
The area of the pepper crop in East Kalimantan that is wide enough to be gotten in the Kutai Kartanegara Regency (the Samboja Subdistrict, Muara Jawa and Loa Janan), the Regency Kutai East (the Sangatta Subdistrict), the astrologer's Regency the North Compass (the Subdistrict A the Nail), the Berau Regency (the Talisayan Subdistrict), the Malinau Regency (the Malinau Subdistrict and Mentarang), the Nunukan regency, Lumbis, Sebatik and Sembakung), the Samarinda City (the Samarinda Subdistrict North).

The area of the area of the people's pepper in East Kalimantan in 2007 is recorded totalling 14.657 ha with the number of productions totalling 10.260 ton dry pepper. The production from this pepper crop above completely is marketed to satisfy the requirement for domestic consumption and the export.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Return To Europe

East Kalimantan became the richest province in Indonesia. Most of East Kalimantan production is mining. Then not again foreign if many expatriate came to East Kalimantan. They generally come from Europe. To eliminate saturation and the change in the necessary atmosphere apparently went on holiday back to Europe.

If you became from Europe in East Kalimantan, and you will return to Europe. Many aims of the tour that will be visited. Some cities in Europe waited you. Paris, Venice, Rome, and Amsterdam could become the interesting category.

Trip from Australia to East Kalimantan

The trip to East Kalimantan is quite pleasant. You could see the mining oil, gas, and coal. Results of the forest with diligence that captured. Results of agriculture and fisheries. And you too could investigate the river by many jeram. Sea with coral and various sorts of sea plants. Traditional culture even that still was original and fantastic. The Dayak ethnic group with various ethnic group’s children, Occupied most East Kalimantan forests.
If you who came from Australia, you could see to several tourist attractions in East Kalimantan easily. You can flight from Australia to Jakarta, afterwards was continued to Balikpapan. From Balikpapan continued to various tourist attractions that were wanted by you. East Kalimantan Tourism supported with the flight facilities, accommodation and other transport. The Ibis Hotel, Radisson, Novotel and Quest had the direct network with several available hotels in East Kalimantan.

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