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Introduction to Indonesia: in recent years, Indonesia's economy has developed rapidly and has maintained a good cooperative relationship with China. At present, Indonesia vigorously develops its infrastructure, and hopes that China will increase its support for Indonesia's infrastructure construction and expand cooperation in the field of infrastructure construction. With the acceleration of the construction of China ASEAN Free Trade Area, ASEAN has become the first choice for China's foreign investment, especially for small and medium-sized private enterprises. As the largest economy of ASEAN, Indonesia is one of China's important trading partners, investment destinations and sources of foreign investment in ASEAN. China's agricultural machinery, construction machinery, mining machinery, and daily necessities are very popular in the Indonesian market.
Project introduction: wooden works are raw materials for many kinds of industrial products, such as food, medicine, textile and others. A report of liannong organization a few years ago pointed out that wooden works have many advantages. First of all, the wood can grow in low nutrient soil by absorbing rainwater; second, the wood processing is not complex and flexible, and each piece of land planted with wood has the potential to produce high energy. Wood veneer can be processed into wood veneer powder due to various industries. Therefore, it can enter all kinds of international markets. At present, the processing of wood has become more common and has attracted the attention of many Asian and African countries. Because wood flour has many advantages as raw materials, it can be used in many food processing, medicine and industry.
East Java has the potential to develop the woody industry, especially in the southern counties where the woody planting is relatively concentrated, such as Pacitan county. The wood producing areas include ponorogo, Malang County, TRENGGALEK, sampang, Sumenep, prodolinggo, Pasuruan, ngawi and Tuban counties. The productivity of East Java is also higher than the national average of 156.21qu/ha. This figure can be further increased to 200qu / HA by improving farming techniques and using quality seeds.