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Welcome to U.S. Commercial Service Indonesia

On March 22nd CS-Jakarta Organized Business Outreach Event in Surabaya. U.S. Ambassador Robert O. Blake, Senior Commercial Officer Rosemary Gallant, Consul General Heather Variava, along with 22 American companies (31 participants), launched the largest-ever U.S. trade delegation to East Java. East Java Governor Soekarwo, the National Investment Promotion Board (BKPM), more than 11 Regents from the surrounding provinces and representatives from the Ministry of Industry welcomed the highly anticipated delegates, whose interest lies in expanding capacity and capitalizing on the many infrastructure development projects that are currently defining East Java’s business activities in Indonesia’s second largest city and third largest economic region. Participating delegates applauded the significant number of contacts made and project discussions that were enabled through the trade delegation's official meetings, the evening networking reception at the Consul General’s residence and the business networking luncheon held the following day.

Exporting to Indonesia?

The U.S. Commercial Service (USCS), a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, is the key trade promotion agency of the U.S. government.

The mission of USCS is :

  • To promote the export of goods and services from the United States
  • To represent U.S. business interests internationally
  • To help U.S. businesses find qualified international partners.

Located in the World Trade Center complex, our office provides a variety of business development programs to US and Indonesian firms. By introducing U.S. companies to the Indonesian market, USCS not only provides new opportunities for Indonesian businesses, but it also plays an integral role in bringing new U.S. technologies, equipment and services to help advance productivity and growth in Indonesia.





Indonesia at a glance
  • Population: 255.8 Million
  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Government: Republic
  • Official Language: Bahasa Indonesia
  • Currency: Rupiah
  • World Bank Doing Business in 2016 Rank: 109 of 189
  • 2015 Nominal GDP: $861.9 Billions
  • 2015 Nominal GDD per capital: $3,369.8
  • 2015 Exports: $150.3 Billions
  • 2015 Imports: $142.7 Billions
  • 2015 U.S. Exports to Indonesia: $7.1 Billions
  • 2015 U.S. Imports from Indonesia: $19.6 Billions
  • U.S. (FP) FDI in Indonesia (2015): $2.5 Billions
  • *Sources: EIU, USA Trade Online, Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis, IMF Coordinated Direct Investment Survey.
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