AmCham on Video

As part of the US-Indonesia Investment Initiative 2017, Rudiantara and Thomas Lembong talk about the government’s aims and issues

By AmCham Staff
Wednesday, September 27, 2017

As part of the US-Indonesia Investment Initiative 2017, Rudiantara and Thomas Lembong talk about the government’s aims and issues

The US-Indonesia Investment Initiative has been one of the major highlights of AmCham Indonesia’s year. Now in its fifth year, the Initiative is a collaborative effort between AmCham Indonesia and the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC. Throughout the year, companies active in the Initiative work closely with the Indonesian government and private sector leaders to identify ways in which to improve the investment climate and achieve our shared objective of higher economic growth in Indonesia.

Under the initiative, our annual Investment Summit is a key milestone at which Indonesian officials and American companies share ideas in a constructive and mutually beneficial manner. This year’s summit will be held on Nov. 2, 2017 and, as in previous years, the US-Indonesia Investment Report will be launched at the event.

This year, AmCham Indonesia and the US Chamber of Commerce have spoken on video to various Indonesian ministries on key issues related to their responsibilities and Indonesia’s plan to help nurture investment and economic growth.

The following videos provide more insights and valuable information.

Minister of Communication and Informatics Rudiantara discusses over-the-top (OTT) services regulations, the e-commerce roadmap, data localization, and more. (https://youtu.be/XKNTnXAPv7s)

The Chairman of the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Thomas Lembong, talks about Indonesia’s trade relationship with the US, the nation’s foreign direct investment targets and plans to encourage investment in Indonesia. (https://youtu.be/0NqOxifeaM4)

 

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