AITIS (APKASI INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2015)

10 March, 2015

APKASI INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2015 is a promotional activity of Indonesia business and investment prospects in mining and energy sector, tourism and creative products sector, agriculture and plantation sector, marine sector, and infrastructure sector, packaged in the activity of Business and Exhibition Forum.

In addition to the involvement of regency governments, municipal governments, and provincial governments, this activity also involves the central government: Kemenko Ekon (Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs), BAPPENAS (National Development Planning Agency), Kemendag (Ministry of Trade), Kemenperin (Ministry of Industry), BKPM (Foreign Investment Coordinating Agency), Kemenlu (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Kemendagri (Ministry of Home Affairs), Kemenkeu (Ministry of Finance), Kementan (Ministry of Agriculture), Kemenhut (Ministry of Forestry), Kemen ESDM (Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources), Kemenparekraf (Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy), Kemenhub (Ministry of Communications), Kemen BUMN (Ministry of Central Government-Owned Corporations), Kemen KUKM (Ministry of Cooperatives and Small-and-Medium Scale Business), Kemen PU (Ministry of Public Works), Kemen KP (Ministry of Marine and Fisheries), BI (Bank of Indonesia), KADIN (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), practitioners and academicians, business practitioners of BUMN (State Corporations), business practitioners of BUMD (Local Corporations), business practitioners of private corporations, and also international partners and foreign representatives expected to be capable of increasing the reach of trade and investment activity all over Indonesia.

 

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