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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016
Study of Infrastructure Financing with the Using Wealth Alms In The Province of South Sulawesi (Case Study Road Development Mustafa Dg. Bunga - Muttalib Dg. Narang South Sulawesi Province)
Abstract: ased on data from the Directorate General of Budget, Ministry of Finance during 2005-2010 the average state budget has sucked for personnel expenditure expenditure (1217 %), transfers to the regions (31.68 %) and payments of principal and interest on the debt (1059 %). With the constitutional mandate of the education and health budgets would in turn make the fiscal burden of the government in implementing development. According to the Secretary General of the Ministry of Public Works at the Working Meeting Scope of Public Works in South Sulawesi (Makassar 21 November 2013), asserts that in order to achieve economic growth of 5 %, required Infrastructure Fund 5 % Gross Regional Domestic Product (GDP), or equivalent to Rp.2.100 trillion for the period 2010-2014, while the government is only able to prepare Infrastructure Fund Rp.836 Trillion. Wealth Alms Potential within the scope of South Sulawesi Province according to the results Summary of Board of National Alms South Sulawesi province in 2015, amounts to approximately Rp.3.255.000.000, -. This represents a huge potential as an alternative financing infrastructure in the province of South Sulawesi, in addition alternative to State Budget, Local Government Budget or Foreign Aid Funds. Financing of road infrastructure worth Rp.4.499.808.000, - with tithe, takes only 1 (one) year, however, loan installment (Tithe Funds) after the road operational (assumed to road users able to pay road rates) or Ability To Pay, the Installment of the loan (Return of Investment) only takes two (2) years.
Keywords: Financing, Infrastructure, Wealth alms and National Alms Board
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016,
Pages: 1928 - 1938