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Director – Head of Lampung Province Bank Indonesia Representative Office
Jl. Hasanuddin No. 38Bandar Lampung35211Telephone: (0721) 481131Fax: (0721) 486355
Lampung province is located on the southern tip of Sumatra island, covering a land area of 35,288.35km2. Lampung is bordered to the north by South Sumatra and Bengkulu provinces, the Sunda Strait to the south, the Java Sea to the east and Indian Ocean to the west. Administratively, Lampung is subdivided into two autonomous cities and 13 regencies, with Bandar Lampung as the provincial capital. In total, Lampung consists of 227 districts and 2,463 villages.
At the beginning of Indonesian independence, Lampung was administrated as part of South Sumatra province. Lampung was established as a province on 18th March 1964 in accordance with Act No. 14 of 1964. Since colonial times under Dutch East India Company (VOC) rule, Lampung has been known for its pepper production, attracting international merchants and traders. Today, Lampung contributes 26.25% of total national pepper production, second only to the Bangka Belitung islands (32.85%). In addition to pepper, plantations established under colonial rural continue to produce robusta coffee, sugarcane, rubber and palm oil, and Lampung is considered a national granary.
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