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Sumatra is the sixth biggest island in the world at 473.481 km². Sumatra island is the second-biggest contributor to Indonesian economy after Java island. Top produce from Sumatra are palm oil, rubber, wood products, petroleum oil, tin, bauxite, coal, and natural gas. Majority of industries in Sumatra are processing industry for natural resources, especially palm oil which concentrated in Lampung, South Sumatera, Jambi, Riau, and North Sumatera.
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Java is the most populous island in the world where Jakarta, Indonesian capital, lies. Until now, Java is still the economic center of Indonesia, supported by industrial zones located in northern coast of Java, especially in Cilegon (Banten), Tangerang (Banten), Bekasi (West Java), Karawang (West Java), Gresik (East Java), and Sidoarjo (East Java). Beside industry, economy in Java is also supported by agriculture and plantation sector which contributed to 47% of national output. Trade and services also play a big role in Java economy.
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Bali (extended to Nusa Tenggara) are one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. Beside tourism, economy in Bali and Nusa Tenggara is also supported by fisheries and livestock farming sectors, especially cattle.
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Economy in Kalimantan is still dominated by commodity sectors such as mining (coal, gold), oil and gas, wood, palm oil, and rubber. Tourism is also popular in some areas such as East Kalimantan.
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Sulawesi is one of the island with the fastest growing economy in Indonesia within last few years. Economy in Sulawesi is supported by agriculture and plantation, especially cocoa, coconut, and rice. Nickel mining and smelter industry also contribute to economic growth in Sulawesi
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Economy in Papua and Maluku so far is still dominated by mining sectors (copper and nickel), oil and gas, and fisheries. But, Papua area is planned to support national agriculture sector since it has a potential vast area for agriculture.