Taipei (ANTARA News) - The Trade Ministry will continue to intensify its trade mission in various regions, including in Taiwan, Director General of National Export Development Arlinda said.
"The Trade Ministry continues to intensify the trade mission in various regions to boost exports and achieve export growth target of 11 percent," Arlinda stated during the opening of a series of exhibition of the 2018 Indonesian Week in Taipei, Taiwan, on Thursday.
The ministry, in cooperation with the Indonesian Economic and Trade Office in Taipei, organized the 2018 Indonesian Week at the Taiwan World Trade Center, and brought 79 Indonesian business actors to participate in the exhibition.
Arlinda explained that the participating business actors came from various promising sectors of fashion and accessories, footwear, food and beverages, paper, property industry, textiles, coffee, tea, palm oil products, bio diesel, travel agency, and skillful workers.
"This activity aims to provide a lot of information and to facilitate business actors from both parties to meet and get business partners," Arlinda noted.
Arlinda further stated that the event served as the governments commitment to increase trade and cooperation and create a mutually beneficial business climate for both sides.
"On the occasion, the Ministry of Trade will promote various premium export commodities, such as coffee, crude palm oil, and services," Arlinda added.
The 2018 Indonesian Week consists of several series of activities, namely product exhibition, business forums, business matching, consultation forum, cultural performances, culinary competition, and batik fashion show competition.
During business forums, business actors will be provided with information on matters concerning policies, business opportunities, investments, and cooperation opportunities.
Source: ANTARA News