London (Benchmark News) – Scottish Entrepreneurs Interested In Renewable Energy Business In Indonesia – Among employers in Scotland declared his desire to conduct business activities in Indonesia are mainly related to educational services sector and energy, including renewable energy.
This was revealed in a business meeting “Business Roundtable,” about the economic potential of the business Indonesia EMBASSY in London, was held in collaboration with the BKPM/IIPC London.
The meeting also supported representative offices of the Bank Indonesia (BI) for Europe and supported The Royal Society of Asian Affairs (RSAA), first Secretary of the Political functions of the EMBASSY in London, Gita Murti Loka to Between in London, Saturday.
In his speech he, Ambassador Dr. Rizal Sukma conveying in general overview as well as the economic potential of Indonesia, Indonesia’s economic magnitudes, among others who occupied the position of the 16th largest in the world.
In fact, the potential of Indonesia predicted will be the seventh ranked by 2030 with the number of middle class continues to grow as well as the potential of the young population of Indonesia.
However, the use of Indonesia also is still faced with various challenges including corruption and limitations infastruktur.
In an effort to cope with these challenges, the Government of Indonesia shows commitment to tackling corruption, infrastructure development intensively and reform the bureaucracy.