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Welcoming Omnibus Law, JCI BULLION & HOLDINGS Singapore is eyeing US$ 127 million investment in Indonesia

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FEM English News – The Ciptakerja Omnibus Law which was recently passed by the DPR has proven to be able to attract investors. This fresh breeze was greeted by a gold trading company from Singapore, JCI Bullion & Holdings Singapore PTE.LTD JCIBHSG (WWWJCIBHSG).

A company with decades of experience will start its business in Indonesia with Jakarta Cash Investor.

JCIBHSG CEO Ashraf Uddin Khan said that apan from Singapore and Indonesia, his company has been successful in Japan, Thailand and London. “Our company in Indonesia will invest a total of 127 million US dollars in gold mining. The gold business in the future is still very promising in Indonesia and will not be affect the pandemic,” said Ashraf, who is in Jakarta, recently.

Ashraf has his investment now focused to the Indonesian territory. The company is also ready to explore gold mining in Sulawesi and Sumatra.

“But at the moment it is still Covid 19, we cannot move. We are waiting for the pandemic to end. If Covid 19 ends, we will just have to go,” said Ashraf.

Ashraf explained, JCI BULLION & HOLDING (Singapore) PTE.LTD is a Singapore based Precious Metal and Precious Stone mining company with experience in the Precious Metals sector. The company has an extensive network of operations covering gold producing countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

With a growing business, originally engaged in Precious Metals trading, since May 2019 JCIBH has penetrated into various aspects. Starting from trading and importing, risk management, mine financing, testing, refining to the gold jewellery business.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the Board, Eswenti Sanato said that business opportunities are again stretching as hopes that flights will run normally soon, because businesses need flights to survey and visit businesses in the countries where they invest. “That’s why we really hope that flights will open as usual,” said Eswenti Sanato.

Welcoming Omnibus Law, JCI BULLION & HOLDINGS Singapore is eyeing US$ 127 million investment in Indonesia

JAKARTA The Ciptakeria Omnibus Law which was recently passed by the DPR has proven to be able to attract investors. This fresh breeze was greeted by a gold trading company from Singapore, JCI Bullion & Holdings Singapore PTE.LTD JCIBHSG (WWWJCIBHSG).

A company with decades of experience will start its business in Indonesia with Jakarta Cash Investor.

JCIBHSG CEO Ashraf Uddin Khan said that apan from Singapore and Indonesia, his company has been successful in Japan, Thailand and London. “Our company in Indonesia will invest a total of 127 million US dollars in gold mining. The gold business in the future is still very promising in Indonesia and will not be affect the pandemic,” said Ashraf, who is in Jakarta, recently.

Ashraf has his investment now focused to the Indonesian territory. The company is also ready to explore gold mining in Sulawesi and Sumatra.

“But at the moment it is still Covid 19, we cannot move. We are waiting for the pandemic to end. If Covid 19 ends, we will just have to go,” said Ashraf.

Ashraf explained, JCI BULLION & HOLDING (Singapore) PTE.LTD is a Singapore based Precious Metal and Precious Stone mining company with experience in the Precious Metals sector. The company has an extensive network of operations covering gold producing countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

With a growing business, originally engaged in Precious Metals trading, since May 2019 JCIBH has penetrated into various aspects. Starting from trading and importing, risk management, mine financing, testing, refining to the gold jewellery business.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the Board, Eswenti Sanato said that business opportunities are again stretching as hopes that flights will run normally soon, because businesses need flights to survey and visit businesses in the countries where they invest. “That’s why we really hope that flights will open as usual,” said Eswenti Sanato.

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