Structure of Informal Economy History of Palu City in Early 2000
Mahfud M. Gamar, Haliadi-Sadi
Mahfud M. Gamar
Available Online 25 March 2020.
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- structure, history, informal economy of Palu City
- The economy of Palu City in early 2000 changed from the traditional economy to the modern urban economy, especially in the informal sector. The economic rate of Palu City in 2000 was 4.42%, and with Banggai Regency was the lowest price in the Central Sulawesi Province. The economic structure of Palu City in 2000 indicated that the service sector, which is one of the modern economies, contributed as 26.89%, the transportation and communication sector by 14.92%, and the manufacturing industry by 13.36%. Then the trade sector, hospitality, and restaurants building construction sector, finance, mining and quarrying, agriculture, electricity, gas, and clean water. However, if we look at the previous eight years of 1993, the service sector is also still the leading sector supporting the economy of Palu City, reaching 28.56%. Nevertheless, this sector fell by two points within seven years. In general, the historical transformation of the economic structure of Palu City in 1993 experienced different formations compared to 2000. The academic contribution of this paper explains the seven financial aspects of the city. It is the basis of economic transformation in Palu City before and after the earthquake disaster, which was followed by tsunami and liquefaction.
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TY - CONF AU - Mahfud M. Gamar AU - Haliadi-Sadi PY - 2020 DA - 2020/03/25 TI - Structure of Informal Economy History of Palu City in Early 2000 BT - 4th International Conference on Arts Language and Culture (ICALC 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 556 EP - 563 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200323.064 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200323.064 ID - Gamar2020 ER -