Seeing the success of competing countries such as China, India, Mexico and Morocco, which succeeded in getting into the supply chain for the production of Airbus aircraft, became the driving force for Indonesia to become part of the supply chain. It is hoped that Indonesia can become the main partner for Airbus in the supply of aircraft components and engineering technology for Airbus, furthermore to also establish a research center in Indonesia. The discussion took place on June 26th, 2020
Following up on the invitation letter of the Directorate General of National Export Development (Ministry of Trade), ITPC Hamburg participated in the joint session of the webinars “Get to Know Local Brands that Control Global Markets”. The webinar was held on the 24th June, 2020.
The virtual business matching program is the implementation result of the MoU cooperation between Directorate of National Export Development (Ministry of Trade) and Directorate General of Plantation (Ministry of Agriculture) in the field of Export Development of Indonesian Organic Products in Plantation Commodities.
The purpose of this virtual business matching is to help introduce Indonesian organic Palm Sugar products produced by farmer groups under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture to buyers in Germany.
Responding to the invitation to a webinar organized by the Director General of National Export Development (Ministry of Trade) and the Association of Food and Beverage Entrepreneurs (Gabungan Pengusaha Makanan dan Minuman – GAPMMI) on June 15th, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic carries a significant impact on national and global economic and trade activities. To anticipate a greater impact on national trade, the Ministry of Trade of Indonesia has developed a new breakthrough strategy, which is to formulate policies in order to meet the needs of raw materials, identify superior products, identify potential markets and export barriers, and improve export facilitation and the role of trade representatives.
The topic for discussion was “Trade Remedy in the Pandemic Period: Opportunities and Challenges”. This webinar was held on June 8th, 2020 and was headed by the Expert Staff of the Minister of Trade in Market Security.
During this pandemic, Indonesia has issued a number of relaxation policies in the export and import of several products
The DIHK (Deutsche Industrie- und Handelskammer – German Chamber of Commerce and Industry) invited several country representatives to attend. The subject for this webinar: “COVID-19: Impact on the German Economy” and was held on May 14th, 2020.
The aim of the webinar is to provide an overview and answer questions related to the impact of COVID-19 on business activities in Germany, steps taken by the German government in supporting the economy and maintaining supply chains, as well as current conditions and predictions of the future situation in the trade sector and investment.