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Indonesia’s Update: Trade & Investment Opportunities

KBRI Oslo telah menyelenggarakan kegiatan bertajuk ‘Indonesia’s Update: Trade & Investment Opportunities’ pada tanggal 11 Desember 2018. Kegiatan tersebut dilaksanakan atas kerja sama antara KBRI Oslo dengan Næringslivets Hovedorganisasjon (NHO).

Kegiatan tersebut dilaksanakan untuk meningkatkan kerja sama bilateral antara Indonesia dengan Norwegia terutama melalui sektor perdagangan. Melalui kegiatan ini, KBRI Oslo berupaya mendorong agar semakin banyak pengusaha atau pelaku bisnis lainnya di Norwegia yang membuka bisnis di Indonesia ataupun berkerja sama dengan pebisnis Indonesia.

Kegiatan dibuka oleh Christian Chramer dari NHO, Daniel Bjarmann-Simonsen, State Secretary of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry, Duta Besar RI Oslo, dan Elin Agdestein, Anggota Parlemen Norwegia.

Turut hadir mengisi sesi diskusi pada kegiatan ini adalah pembicara yang berasal dari Kemenko Perekonomian, Dr. Raden Pardede, Atase Perdagangan PTRI Jenewa, Ibu Franciska Simanjuntak, serta EU Outreach Manager, Ibu Sri Kumala Chandra.

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The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Oslo has organized a meeting of ‘Indonesia’s Update: Trade and Investment Opportunities’ on the 11th of December 2018. The event was held in collaboration between the Embassy of Indonesia and the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO).

The meeting was held with the purpose to increase bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and Norway, especially in the trade sector. With this event, the Embassy of Indonesia wishes to encourage business people, related stakeholder and communities to engage more in doing business in Indonesia or with Indonesian.

The event was opened with a remarks conveyed by hristian Chramer from NHO, Daniel Bjarmann-Simonsen, State Secretary of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia, and Elin Agdestein, Member of Norwegian Parliament/Chair of Parliament’s Asia/ASEP Delegation.

There are three main speakers attending this event, Raden Pardede, Senior Policy Advisor of Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Franciska Simanjuntak, Commercial Attaché – Permanent Mission of the Republic of Indonesia to the United Nations, WTO, and Other Organizations in Geneva, and Sri Kumala Chandra, EU Outreach Manager, EU-Indonesia Business Network.