Indonesia Threatened The Loss Of Small Islands

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Indonesia Islands
Indonesia threatened loss of small islands that have not been uninhabited, plus the fact that some islands in the border region was almost drowned because of the impact of global warming. The cause is the era of free trade, and geo-political issues relating to the agreement with the territorial boundaries of neighboring countries.

As we know, Indonesia has 17,504 islands and about 5073 have had the name.While the number of islands which have amounted to 544 are inhabited islands. At the end of the year 2008, toponomi activities of the small islands in Indonesia has covers 33 provinces and has completed 100 percent.

Small islands owned by Indonesia have the great potential to be developed. However, many investors reluctant to invest because of capital cost that required is very large.
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