Energy and infrastructure – Indonesia invites Poland to invest

16 April 2015
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„I would like to welcome Indonesian companies to investment and trade cooperation with Poland. We are getting close to each other. The value of trade between our countries went up by $9m in 2014”, said Polish deputy minister of economy Grażyna Henclewska during “Made in Poland” conference in Jakarta. The participation in the conference, trade fairs and B2B talks is a next stage of governmental and visit to South – Eastern Asia that is accompanied by Polish business.

According to her, new technologies, food, agri-food processing, mining, ship building, energy and cosmetics are the areas with the biggest potential for Polish - Indonesian cooperation. Especially energy and infrastructural projects are the areas that will soon need investments, added Indonesian minister of Industry Saleh Husin during the conference „Made in Poland - cooperation opportunities for Indonesian companies”. As he said, his country is planning to build 14 industrial parks and will need the power plants. “For the next 4 years, Indonesia will need 35,5GW of electricity. This is a chance for companies from energy sector as well as for those providing technical services”, argued Husini.

Participants of the "Made in Poland" conference in Jakarta

The conference and B2B talks were attended by 120 Indonesia companies including the representatives of WIAPI association gathering businesswomen of Indonesia. Next, Polish delegation was invited to visit Government Investment Unit of Indonesia. Recently, The Unit has established EU Indonesia Trade Cooperation Facility - an office dedicated to support investments from Europe.

The visit and presentation of Polish offer at Food and Hotel trade fairs in Jakarta is the last highlight of the Indonesian programme of the mission of Polish government and business to South - Eastern Asia. 

The mission of Polish business to Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia has been arranged by PAIiIZ and co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under Operation Programme Eastern Poland Regional Development Found, submeasure I.4. (PAIiIZ)

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