ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE (MBAY IEDZ)
- MBAY: THE
ASIAN GATE TO PACIFIC
- Mbay Integrated Economic Development
Zone (IEDZ) is located in Central Flores and was established
on January 19, 1998 based on the Presidential Decree Number 15/1998.
- To the North Mbay is connected
with the Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Maluku Islands and Irian Jaya
through the inner basin of the Indonesian archipelago, i.e. Jawa
Sea, Flores Sea, Banda Sea and Arafura Sea.
- To the South Mbay bounds with
Sumba and Timor and together they form a province called East
Nusa tenggara, the border between Asia and Australia.
- According to the most recent
demographic data, the Mbay IEDZ and its vicinity which includes
the five Districts in Florest: Ngada, Manggarai, Ende, Sikka
and East Flores, encompasses an area of 17,000 square kilometres.
With the total population of 1.5 million, the area has an average
density of 89 inhabitants per square kilometre.
- Although East Nusa tenggara
is still considered as one of the least developed province, the
GRDP of Mbay IEDZ during the last decade (before the current
economic and monetary crisis throughout Asia) has grown by 7.5%/year.
Click here to see :
West Nusa Tenggara Map
East Nusa Tenggara Map
(There are 33 High Resolution Maps on here)
West Nusa Tenggara Tourism
East Nusa Tenggara Tourism
(There are complete info about 33 provincies : Object Tourisms, Hotels, Travel agents, etc)
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