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2019 Indonesia Business Mission

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Name: 2019 Indonesia Business Mission
Date: December 3, 2019 - December 5, 2019
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Dear Members,
 
The US-ASEAN Business Council (US-ABC) is registering senior-level executives for our Indonesia Business Mission. The Mission consists of bilateral meetings with senior government officials ranging from President Joko Widodo?s Cabinet (Kabinet Indonesia Maju), Executive Office of the President, regulatory-making institutions to the Parliament (DPR).
 
A one-day Business Mission to the ASEAN Secretariat will precede the Indonesia Business Mission, on December 2, 2019. Click here to register. Please contact mmasaya@usasean.org for more information 

THEMES
 
As several new cabinet members will be taking their posts and President Joko Widodo begins his second term, the US-ABC 2019 Indonesia Business Mission will be a prime opportunity to introduce your company and investment goals, as well as position US-ABC members as a resource to the new government.
 
US-ABC proposes three overarching themes below to formulate discussion agendas and frame the advocacy recommendations across all sectors, in relation to key elements in President Jokowi's One Century Indonesia (vision on Indonesia 2045):
 
  1. Reconstructing a more solid and positive B2G engagement
Establishing a positive first impression of the U.S. business community. Growing a mutual symbiosis in the relationship with the GOI, based on the notion of the U.S business community as an investor, resource, and job-creating partner of the administration
  1. Establishing a platform for an efficient, effective, and competitive regulatory environment
Highlighting policy, laws, and challenges in relation to FDI, trade, human capital, and SME development. Harmonizing standards, regulations, and conformity assessments to increase global and regional competitiveness
  1. Enhancing a Competitive and Sustainable Ecosystem to Support Development
Offering recommendations and initiatives to improve the quality of Indonesia?s local business ecosystems, in order to support growth in high-value jobs and expanding access to innovative technologies.
                                                                                                                                             
Specifically, the mission will bring various topics to the table, including:
  • Data governance
  • Halal laws
  • Taxation
  • Labor and employment
  • Trade facilitation (custom, import, etc.)
  • Incentivizing technology transfer
  • Healthcare access
 
PROPOSED MEETINGS
  1. President of the Republic of Indonesia
  2. Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia
  3. Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs
  4. Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment
  5. Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs
  6. Minister of Finance
  7. Minister of Trade
  8. Minister of Communications and Informatics
  9. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
  10. Minister of Industry           
  11. Minister of Health
  12. Minister of Law and Human Rights 
  13. Minister of Manpower      
  14. Minister for National Development Planning (BAPPENAS)        
  15. Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy
  16. Minister of Home Affairs
  17. Minister of Religious Affairs
  18. Minister of Education
  19. Cabinet Secretary
  20. Governor of Bank Indonesia
  21. Chairman of Financial Services Authority (OJK)
  22. Chairman of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
  23. Head of the Halal Product Assurance Implementing Body (BPJPH)
  24. Head of Cyber Security and Encryption Agency (BSSN) through Coordinating Ministry of Political, Legal and Security Affairs
  25. Parliament (DPR)
  26. U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia and U.S. Embassy Team
  27. Governors of Jakarta, West Java, and Central Java
 
When filling out the registration, please rank the meetings based on the importance and outline your talking points. The Council will work with each delegation to frame their talking points that work best for the delegates and regulators. The talking points should be framed as either:
  1. Noting a business success;
  2. Clarification or request for more information;
  3. Identifying a policy or regulatory challenge and requesting a follow-up;
  4. or Noting a capability, product or service which could solve a challenge
 
Additional meetings can be requested with enough interest (at least 5-6 companies) and subject to the official's availability.
 

CSR PROMOTION
 
To highlight U-ABC members? Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, we will publish the annual CSR report. All materials must be submitted using the template on the Business Mission Manager by November 19. We also welcome submissions from members who do not join the Mission. 
 
Location:
Fairmont Hotel. Booking form with special rate for this mission was attached to the "REMINDER INVITATION" email. Let us know if you need us to resend it to you.
Date/Time Information:
October 28: 1st Planning Call for the Indonesia Business Mission, featuring a briefing by Indonesian Ambassador to the U.S. Mahendra Siregar
(TBC): 2nd Planning Call for the Indonesia Business Mission
November 19: Deadline for Registration & Material Submission
December 2: Pre-Mission Members Briefing (In-Person)
Contact Information:
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