Indonesia has achieved steady GDP growth over the past 10 years, led by rising incomes, a growing middle class, controlled inflation, improved export activity, and growth in public expenditure on infrastructure projects. Already the largest economy in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is projected to be the world’s largest economy by 2030. Entry-into-force of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) will help to strengthen the strategic and commercial partnership between both countries.
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IA-CEPA Business Connect 2020
Austrade invites you to participate in IA-CEPA Business Connect 2020, a three month program of online events combined with a digital marketing campaign to provide Australian and Indonesian business with practical information to maximise the benefits of this new agreement.
IA-CEPA Business Connect 2020 comprises market and sector-focused webinars, seminars and masterclasses running from August to October 2020, featuring content from Australian and Indonesian business experts, industry organisations, chambers of commerce, and government partners.
The webinars will focus on four main areas of benefit under IA-CEPA:
- agribusiness and food
- international education
- services (health, digital technologies, and mining equipment, technology and services)
To view the calendar of events and register to join, visit IACBC 2020