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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Productivity The Village Owned Enterprises To Improve The Economic Community Of Gold Mining Areas In Sumbawa Island, Indonesia

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Village Owned Enterprises (VOE), Economics, Rural, Gold Mine.



In rural development, the government provides 1 billion rupees per village and on the other hand PT Newmont as a gold mining company also provides additional funding for the development and improvement of people's welfare. All funds are channeled through the Village Owned Enterprises throughout Indonesia. But in the last 3 years there are many deviations in the community, especially on the island of Sumbawa precisely the rural area around the gold mine. Therefore, the research team conducted observations, interviews, and document collection in the field through the help of the administrators of Village Owned Enterprises (VOE), communities and stakeholders and even local governments. Qualitative data management includes the process of reduction, display and conclusion. From the field data, it is found that the stakeholders see the unbalance of the VOE role in society caused by (1) the low quality and professionalism of human resources, (2) weak business management, and (3) the economic potential is not yet organized by good.



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