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Get the lowdown on doing business in Indonesia!!

By Export Council of Australia · February 04, 2015

On 10 January 2012 the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) entered into force for Indonesia. In September 2012, Australia and Indonesia entered into negotiations for the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) which aims to further strengthen and expand the trade, investment and economic cooperation relationship between Australia and Indonesia.

NOW is the time for Australian companies to capitalise on the business opportunities in Indonesia!

Indonesia is a significant economic and regional partner for Australia. Two-way trade in goods and services reached $14.9 billion in the 2013 calendar year, making Indonesia our 12th largest trading partner and our 11th largest export market. Australian investment in Indonesia was worth an estimated $10.9 billion in 2013, and Austrade estimates that there are more than 400 Australian companies operating in Indonesia.

The Export Council of Australia – with the support of Austrade’s Asian Business Engagement Plan – has formulated Indonesia NOW, a program aimed at demystifying doing business in and with Indonesia.


If you're in Melbourne, you're invited to join us at an Indonesia NOW seminar,supported by our partner, ANZ, & hosted by Hunt & Hunt.

At this must-attend event, leading experts from Austrade, Hunt & Hunt and ANZ will give you:
• An Indonesia market snapshot
• A guide to doing business in Indonesia
• A summary of legal watchpoints, including IP, contracting, and bribery/corruption
• A guide to banking in Indonesia

This seminar takes place on 20 February, from 7.30am to 9.30am at Hunt & Hunt, Level 26, 385 Bourke St, Melbourne.

Register here:

There is no cost to attend this seminar, but space is limited & pre-registration is essential.

Interested in participating in our business mission to Jakarta?  Download the brochure.

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