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On January 17, CS Jakarta organized a half day workshop for the Aviation Working Group (AWG) program which was hosted by newly appointed Indonesia Minister of Transportation Budi Karya. SCO Gallant reported the progress of AWG to date and Ambassador Joseph R. Donovan delivered opening remarks. FAA presented about ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrades and TSA presented on developing a safety and security culture. TDA highlighted technical assistance for updating eastern Indonesia’s air navigation that will be implemented by Boeing. Leaders from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), PT Air Navigation Indonesia and airport operators presented on their plans and opportunities for U.S. companies. The audience included 30 U.S. company representatives from 20 companies and approximately 130 Indonesian aviation officials. On the evening Ambassador hosted a reception at his residence attended by the Minister and over 140 aviation key contacts. The seminar and reception were exceptional in respect to the turnout of Indonesian Government Aviation officials.

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.

Upcoming Event

  • U.S.-Indonesia Energy Day with the Power Working Group – To help facilitate trade and investment in the Indonesian power gen sector the Embassy is organizing the 2018 U.S.-Indonesian Energy Day in Jakarta on January 18th, 2018 in Jakarta. Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources Ignatius Jonan will attend deliver remarks and hold a question and answer session on energy policy. American companies can attend to hear firsthand from the Indonesian government and the national utility their plans for various power generation sectors.  Furthermore, the event will be an excellent opportunity to network with the Indonesian government officials, executives from PLN and Indonesian independent power producers, and other U.S. companies in this space.  Please contact Mario.Simanjuntak@trade.gov for more details.  This event is open to all eligible U.S. companies. 
  • Energy Day Business Proposals – The Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources (ESDM) has agreed to review business proposals from U.S. industry for possible signing in front of Minister Jonan and Ambassador Donovan at the U.S.-Indonesia Energy Day on January 18th.  In the run up to the event the U.S. Embassy will advocate to help push eligible projects forward. Deadline for submission is 11/20/2017.  Please contact Mario.Simanjuntak@trade.gov for more details.  This activity is open to all American companies that meet advocacy eligibility requirements.




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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