It's been more than two years since President Joko Widodo announced that the capital city of Indonesia would move from Jakarta to East Kalimantan. Relocating the capital city is a monumental event, so it requires long and thorough preparations. Unfortunately and inevitably, these preparations were slightly hampered by the ongoing pandemic. Some of the preparations include but are not limited to the development of infrastructure, the environment, as well as the people, those who are now citizens and those who will later move to the New Capital City (NCC). Currently, around 100,000 people are living in East Kalimantan. This number is expected to jump to 700,000 by 2025 and to 1.5 million by 2035.
In the property industry, almost everyone knows the name Trihatma Kusuma Haliman, Chief Executive Officer of Agung Podomoro Group. As the successor of Anton Haliman, Trihatma joined Agung Podomoro Group since 1973 and under his excellent leadership, Agung Podomoro Group overcame the crisis period and grew even further to be the largest property developer in Indonesia.
Indonesia has just celebrated its 76th independence anniversary on August 17. This year’s Independence Day celebration carries the theme Tough Indonesia, Growing Indonesia. This theme contains a message that the Indonesian people must have an unyielding spirit and have the resilience, especially in facing various challenges. In addition, this theme also contains hope that the people of Indonesia will continue to grow, continue to advance together in pursuing goals, for a better future for Indonesia.
TRIBUNKALTIM.CO, BALIKPAPAN - Superblock Borneo Bay City, which is part of PT Agung Podomoro Land Tbk (APL) through its subsidiary, PT Pandega Citra Niaga (PCN), held an End of Year Celebration event at the Gran Senyiur Hotel in Balikpapan on Saturday (December 17, 2022).