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Djambi

(ˈdʒæmbɪ)
n
(Placename) the former spelling of Jambi
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Jam•bi

or Djam•bi

(ˈdʒɑm bi)

n.
1. a province on SE Sumatra, in W Indonesia.
2. Formerly, Telanaipura. a river port in and the capital of this province. 339,944.
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During periods of lower sea level this area was continuous land drained mainly by a single great river system, now represented by several large rivers separated by shallow oceanic gaps including the Mekong, Chao Phraya, Meklong and Tapi on the mainland, Kapuas of western Borneo, and Djambi and Batang Hari of Sumatra.
1955 'Kissah perdjalanan ke Sumatra Selatan dan Djambi', Amerta: Warna Warta Kepurbakalaan 3:1-40.
Capacity company (Tons/year) Felda Indo PMA, new Muara Latex Rubber, PT Enim, concentrate -- South 6.000 ton Sumatra Crumb rubber -- 40.000 ton Djambi Waras, PMDN, Bungo, SIR-20--19.000 PT expansion Jambi tons Bumi Beliti PMDN, Musi SIR-20--66.000 Abadi, PT new Rawas, tons South Sumatra Pinago Utama, PMDN, Musi Crumb rubber PT expansion Banyuasin, 35.600 tons South Sumatra Bumi Kita PMDN, Sintang, RSS & blanket Utama, PT new West crepe--2.500 Kalimantan tons Name of Investment BKPM company (Rp million) Approval Felda Indo US$ 5 million June 2005 Rubber, PT Djambi Waras, Rp.