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INA - Indonesian Benelux Chamber of Commerce is the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia. The association aims to facilitate, encourage and support business cooperation between Indonesia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, and services more than 290 members.  INA operates from its head office in Jakarta, supported by its liaison office in The Hague  (INA Nederland).

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07/15/2016 16:18 WIB

Indonesian state power firm Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) says it cannot comply with government rules on burning diesel with a bio content of at least 30 percent as it would damage generators, potentially curbing demand for biofuel ingredient palm oil in the world's top producer of that commodity. Under regulations released in 2015, Jakarta mandated that the power industry should from this year use so-called B30 biodiesel, hoping to reduce its crude oil import bill, cut greenhouse gas emissions and stoke local appetite for palm oil. Less-than-expected growth in bio consumption by Indonesia's largest diesel buyer could weigh on palm prices as more supplies are diverted to the global market. "It's risky if we use B30 (because) machinery can shut down," Chairani Rachmatullah, head of PLN's fuel and gas procurement division, told Reuters in an interview late last month.

07/15/2016 16:16 WIB

Indonesia has won contracts worth Rp 39.4 billion ($3.7 million) to supply frozen shrimp and processed fish products to China at the 3rd China International Aquatic Products Exposition in Guangdong, a statement released by the Trade Ministry on Friday (24/06) said. "The value of the contracts can be increased if the demand warrants it," acting director general of export development at the Trade Ministry Tjahya Widayanti said in the statement.

07/15/2016 16:15 WIB

The government plans to borrow at least another $300 million from Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to finance road and railway development in Kalimantan, senior officials said. This would be the second loan from the China-backed development lender after it teamed up with the World Bank to give a $260 million loan to rejuvenate slum areas in Indonesia last month. The government will use the loan to buy machines to lay down railway track ballasts in Kalimantan, Wismana Adi Suryabrata, the infrastructure deputy at the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), told reporter on Wednesday (13/07).


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1st ISSUE January-March 2016

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Director‘s message - Farewell to INA

Belgian Economic Mission to Indonesia 2016
As a representative of King Philippe of Belgium, Princess Astrid is visiting Indonesia to lead the Belgian Economic Mission. From 12-19 March, the fifth Belgian Economic Mission to Indonesia is followed by 301 delegates who will visited three selected cities: Jakarta, Bogor and Bandung. The princess will also be accompanied by five ministers.

Interview with: Mr. Glenn Pardede (Horticulture Must Be Prioritized
Almost 16 years dabbling in the world of horticulture together with the company that grow along with him, Glenn Pardede, CEO of PT East West Indonesia (EWINDO), talks about his overview on Indonesia’s horticulture sector.

Interview with: Mr. Deddy Hadinata (Seed Production & Horticultural Supplies Are Real Opportunities for Investment) 
Known as home to one the world’s lungs, Kalimantan and rich in potential high-value horticultural crops, Indonesia is the biggest importer for horticultural products in Southeast Asia. Unfortunately, the country has a very little role as supplier of horticultural products in the world. Vice Chairperson of ASBINDO, Deddy Hadinata, shares his knowledge and view concerning the development of horticulture in Indonesia with our readers.


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Through a comprehensive set of services, a long experience and a strong network, the INA is well-placed to serve a very wide range of needs from Indonesian and Netherlands companies and persons in the various stages of business development.



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