Indonesia is the world’s 15th largest consumer market and the biggest economy of the ASEAN Community, a market made of 10 countries and 600 million people.

The large domestic market, a sizeable and young workforce, abundant natural resources and sound macroeconomic fundamentals leave ample room for business opportunities to EU companies.

Indonesia has proved itself a profitable market through the current rise of a middle-income society. Moreover, in the wake of the global crisis, the country has been able to maintain its economic growth above 6 percent.

These two factors have encouraged many EU companies to enter the Indonesian market and promote their products in the country.

Indonesia is a leading global exporter of high quality products and commodities, of which almost 10% are bound to the EU.

Export and import operational knowledge is at the heart of international trade, which in itself entails a high degree of complexity. In Indonesia, it has to be complemented with a strong know-how regarding applied regulations.

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08/11/2016
Past Event

The 6th EU-Indonesia Business Dialogue (EIBD)

The 6th EU-Indonesia Business Dialogue (EIBD) will be held in Jakarta on November 8th 2016. EIBD is...

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08/11/2016
Past Event

F&B Trade Mission: European Pavilion at the SIAL InterFood 2016

SIAL InterFOOD is the product of collaboration between two strong powers in the food and beverage...


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03/10/2016
Past Event

EIBN Spain Rodshow: Galicia, Madrid, and Barcelona

EIBN toured Spain on October 3-5th to promote Indonesia as a high potential market and investment de...


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Despite the global economic slowdown, Indonesia is among the three countries with ...

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On Thursday (Nov 10, 2016) the Indonesian government announced ...

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European companies are increasingly attracted by Indonesia's growing consumer ...

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Bank Indonesia (BI) announced, that it’s Consumer Confidence Index for Indonesia ...