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Indonesia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference 2017 
Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta | October 5

Identify key market trends and network with Indonesia’s top trade and commodity experts

SINGAPORE, Sept. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Global Trade Review (GTR), the world’s leading news source, publisher and event organiser for the global trade, commodity, export and supply chain finance markets, returns to Jakarta for the Indonesia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference 2017. The event will take place at the Mandarin Oriental on October 5 and will continue to build on its repute as Indonesia’s premier trade gathering for domestic commodity and export finance experts.

Leading experts from government organisations including Bank Mandari, Christian Teo & Partners, PT Jindal Stainless Indonesia, IIF, PwC Indonesia, and more will discuss Indonesia’s economic outlook and investment landscape.

Featured speakers includes Vince Gowan, Vice-Chairman at Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Kadin). Gowan will discuss moving towards diversification and opportunities for SMEs.

With the collapse in commodity prices and concern over regulations Indonesia has increased efforts to reduce dependence on natural resources and diversify its industrial strategy. During Gowan’s session you will consider how successful efforts have been to expand other sectors such as manufacturing and value-added services, assess which sectors have seen a rise in investment and understand how important of a role SMES have to play in diversification and what further policies are needed by the government to improve their competitiveness. With regional integration gaining pace since the establishment of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), Gowan will clarify how local business and SMEs can leverage on the opportunities created. In addition, the session will provide an update on the Kredit Usaha Rakyat (KUR) programme on the provision of subsidised loans to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).

Highlights for 2017 include:

  • Assess the economic outlook and investment landscape of a fast-growing economy
  • Review current economic scenarios and future trends for Indonesia
  • Discover diversification and opportunities for SMEs
  • Receive an update on and the implications of Indonesia’s mining law
  • Recognise trends in supply chain finance
  • Perceive evolving patterns around technology-enabled working capital solutions
  • Identify changing trends in corporate finance

Supported by the likes of Mandiri, ICICI Bank, MUFG, Standard Chartered, Britcham Indonesia, Chamber International, FCI, ICC Indonesia, International Trade Council amongst many others, join over 200 delegates at Mandarin Oriental for a day of discussion, debate and networking.

For media who are interested in attending the event and delegates interested in free passes or discounts, please contact Elisabeth Spry at rel=”nofollow”>espry@gtreview.com or +44(020) 8772 3006   for more information.

About Global Trade Review (GTR): GTR is the world’s leading news source, publisher and event organiser for the global trade, commodity, export and supply chain finance industries, with offices in London & Singapore. Its market-leading magazine Global Trade Review (GTR) provides essential news and analysis for these sectors, supported by various conferences, workshops and networking events held in over 25 locations around the world. For more information about attending the event, please contact Elisabeth Spry at rel=”nofollow”>espry@gtreview.com or visit www.gtreview.com.

 

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