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The Indonesian Netherlands Association

The Indonesian Netherlands Association (INA), 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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06/29/2015 09:51 WIB

The government has prepared three areas in eastern Indonesia for new cattle farms and sugarcane plantations, Agriculture Minister Amran Sulaiman said in Jakarta on Wednesday (17/6). Speaking after a meeting with the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) head Franky Sibarani, Amran said the government had prepared three regions — Southeast Sulawesi, Merauke in Papua and the Aru Islands in Maluku — as the main sites for at least 10 sugar factories and sugarcane plantations for new investors.

06/29/2015 09:50 WIB

The government plans to construct two gas power plants in Pemping, Batam - which shares a border with Singapore. Both power plants - which are expected to produce 125 kVa (kilovolt ampere) - will be built by a consortium consisting of state gas corporation PT PGN, ConocoPhillips, and Petro China International Jabung. "Previously, the area relies on fossil fuels - specifically diesel," said PGN's Corporate Secretary, Heri Yusup through a written statement released on Tuesday ( 23/6).

06/29/2015 09:48 WIB

The government is eyeing productive sectors such as agriculture, poultry and fisheries in a new move that will halve micro-loan (KUR) lending rates to stoke micro and small businesses and spur economic activities. Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro said the government would subsidize state banks more so they could cut their lending rate from 21 to 12 percent, starting in July. The plan is expected to help micro and small business people as the government aims to spur the country’s economic growth, which fell to 4.7 percent in the first quarter, the lowest level since 2009.


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Irwan Habsjah studied Economics in the Netherlands and came back to Indonesia in 1981. He worked for various banks, including ING Bank and Citibank. He is currently a Commissioner at Bank BTPN, President Commissioner of PT Sarimelati Kencana (Pizza Hut Indonesia), and also Advisor to PT East West Indonesia, a Dutch seeds processing company, and since mid-2014 Senior Advisor to ING Bank. Irwan has been Chairman of the INA Executive Board since 16 November 2006. At the INA Annual General Members Meeting on 28 May, he is resigning as Chairman and will become member of the INA Supervisory Board. Irwan Habsjah is giving his views on Indonesia and INA.

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The Government has indicated it intends to collect 50% more revenue from the mining industry in 2015 than it did in 2014. This is one of the means by which the Government hopes to be able to overcome the decline in Government revenue from the oil & gas industry as a result of falling oil prices.


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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.



INA membership offers special advantages. Most importantly, the INA staff is ready to assist with information and advice on matters like company and market information, law, taxes and networking. Also, members receive discounts on services of INA and of several hotels and other service providers.


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