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Belawan is a port city on the northeast coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. Located on the Deli River near the city of Medan, Belawan is Indonesia's busiest port outside of Java. A regular ferry service connects Belawan to across the Strait of Malacca to Penang, Malaysia; at times a ferry has also run from Belawan to Satun, Thailand. The port was initially built in 1890, to provide a location where tobacco could be transferred directly between rail lines from the interior and deep-draft ships. The harbor expanded in 1907 with the construction of a new section intended for Chinese and indigenous traders, reserving the existing port for European shipping. In the early twentieth century the port's business expanded, with the growth of major rubber and palm oil plantations in northern Sumatra. In the 1920s several major berthing facilities were built. In 1938, the port was the largest port in the Dutch East Indies, in terms of cargo value. Cargo volumes dropped substantially after Indonesian independence, and did not reach pre-independence levels again until the mid-1960s. A major restructuring in 1985 saw the construction of a container terminal; it almost immediately captured about one-fifth of Indonesia's containerized exports. Major products exported include rubber, palm oil, tea, and coffee.
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<name>Belawan</name>
<land>Indonesia</land>
<einwohner>2392922</einwohner>
<landwaehrung_name>IDR</landwaehrung_name>
<kurs_auf_dollar_bezogen>9165.90</kurs_auf_dollar_bezogen>
<x>985</x>
<y>-36</y>
<einkommensteuer>70</einkommensteuer>
<kriegsrisiko>0</kriegsrisiko>
<HafenArbeiterStreik>5</HafenArbeiterStreik>
<SchlepperStreik>10</SchlepperStreik>
<prozwirksam>65</prozwirksam>
<treibstoffpreis>150</treibstoffpreis>
<bildinfostadtnummer>-</bildinfostadtnummer>
<fracht>Passagiere,80,Anhänger,80,Tee,100,Kaffee,100,Palmenöl,100,Gummi,100</fracht>
<klippenrisiko>3</klippenrisiko>
<piratenrisiko>15</piratenrisiko>
<kollisionsrisiko>15</kollisionsrisiko>
<seuchenrisiko>5</seuchenrisiko>
<schlepperkosten>4200</schlepperkosten>
<ortswartezeit>1</ortswartezeit>
<schmuggelda>10</schmuggelda>
<schmuggelart>2</schmuggelart>
<zollgefahr>15</zollgefahr>
<nebel>0</nebel>
<repda>0</repda>
<anzfracht>30</anzfracht>
<hafentyp>p,q,y,g,c,b,t,a</hafentyp>
<kontinent>Asia</kontinent>
</town>
Belawan
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Frachten/Goods:
Einige Frachten gehören nicht zu Ports of Call, diese müssen entweder aus den Daten genommen werden oder in das Spiel eingebaut werden. Folgende Legende hilft, die Frachten zu finden:
Some of the Goods are not from Ports of Call. You can remove it from the data or you can add this manually. The following colorcodes are helping you to find this Goods:

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all freights are translated to german. a list can be found here:
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