GOLDMINE GLOBAL SERVICES LIMITED PRESENTS:
THE INDONESIA-AFRICAN FORUM
Holding in Bali, Indonesia, from 7th – 15th of April, 2018.
INDONESIAN-AFRICAN FORUM 2018
April 7th -15th, 2018
Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical, Spa/Beauty/Wellness, Digital Economy, Fisheries, FMCG, Manufacturing, Aviation, Hospitality, Engineering, Mining, Construction, Energy & Power.
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The Views of Bali, host state of the Indonesian-African Forum 2018
April 7-15, 2018
About Indonesia-Africa Forum 2018
Indonesia is hosting the inaugural Indonesia-Africa Forum to boost economic partnerships between Indonesia and countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The forum, which will take place in Bali on April 10-11, seeks to provide space for dialogue between African and Indonesian businesses with several agreements expected to be signed.
At the event Indonesian startups would be in position to identify opportunities for expansion in Africa, with the ministry standing ready to help facilitate and locate possible financing mechanisms. Indonesia is currently involved in several discussions to increase its partnerships with Africa, through financing schemes by Indonesia Eximbank.
INDONESIA-AFRICAN FORUM 2018
Indonesia is one of the fastest growing countries in the emerging economies and is set to be the new trade tourism and investment destination for the forward-looking buyers and traders amidst uncertainties of economic and political changes in many parts of the world.
Indonesia is of the believe that “Africa is the continent of the future, with high economic growth, abundant labor and strong purchasing power,” as such one of Indonesian foreign policy priorities– the potential market for Indonesian consumer goods such as, palm oil, garments and motorized vehicles which are among several products that could be in demand in markets in sub-Saharan Africa.
Similarly Africa is swarming with raw materials Indonesia may need for its manufacturing industries and according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, more than 20 Indonesian companies, including textile producer Indorama and pharmaceutical company Kalbe Farma, have already invested in Africa. Indomie instant noodles for example, are popular in Nigeria and the manufacturer, Indofood Sukses Makmur, has six plants in Africa, including in Egypt, Sudan and Kenya.
The forum will also facilitate business matchmaking, encourage technical cooperation and explore possibilities for triangular cooperation, among others.
Promoting continuous investment in all parts of the country and in several facets of the economy.
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