The relocation of the State Capital (IKN) in Nusantara, North Penajam Paser Regency, East Kalimantan Province is believed to be a substitute for Indonesia's new economic center by creating 3 million new jobs.
It is also hoped that the relocation of IKNs will promote equity in economic development and increase trade to other regions by at least 50 percent, arouse business enthusiasm in the regions, and structural reforms, including the implementation of Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) to create a green economy.
In accordance with the Golden Indonesia Vision 2045, Ibu Kota Negara (IKN) is built with a national identity to accelerate Indonesia's economic transformation, achieving Indonesia's target as a developed country.
The National Capital City, which is currently under construction in Nusantara, North Penajam Paser Regency, East Kalimantan Province, is expected to be able to encourage equitable economic development with structural reforms, including the application of Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) to realise a green economy.
IKN will act as a superhub with 6 economic clusters divided into:
Clean Technology Industry Cluster
Integrated Pharmaceutical Cluster
Sustainable Agriculture Industry Cluster
Ecotourism and Health Tourism Cluster
Chemicals and Chemical Derivatives Cluster
Low Carbon Energy Cluster.
In addition, there will also be 2 supporting clusters:
21st Century Education Cluster
Smart City and Industry 4.0 Centre
In the IKN development process, Kadin Indonesia plays a role in facilitating the search for investors in IKN Nusantara. The involvement of private investment is very important to support the spirit of economic redistribution between regions in Indonesia, thus creating equity and creating wider market potential.
For comprehensive information about IKN can be accessed through the website https://www.ikn.go.id/