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The Indonesian pavilion at the IMF-WB Meeting in Bali advocates development, investment and culture

The State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Ministry on Monday welcomed participants of the International Monetary Fund-World Bank (IMF-WB) Annual Meetings 2018 in Nusa Dua, Bali, showcasing strategic projects and other information about the country at the Indonesia Pavilion, just across the street from the main venue, the Bali International Convention Center (BICC).

The IMF-WB meeting (IMF Event 2018) is an annual meeting to discuss the work on global financial and economic issues, including global economic outlook, poverty eradication, and aid effectiveness.

The Indonesian Pavilion at the IMF-WB meeting in Bali, organized in collaboration with a number of SOEs and ministries, offers information on strategic investment projects and tourist destinations, as well as an arts and crafts exhibit.

“The Indonesia Pavilion showcases Nawacita,” said Sahala Lumban Gaol, a special staff of the SOEs Ministry, referring to President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s nine-point development program. “We are presenting the progress in Indonesia’s infrastructure [projects].”

The pavilion featured infrastructure projects to improve nationwide access and connectivity, such as toll roads, airports and seaports, on the hope that interested investors would emerge, he added.

When it comes to the venue, Nusa Dua Integrated Resort Complex will provide accommodations and meeting places during The IMF-WB meeting in Bali 2018. Nusa Dua is the premier Bali travel resort area in Bali. It has an excellent tourism infrastructure with more than 4000 available rooms available from international 4 and 5-stars chain hotels, a close by 18-holes Golf & Country Club, Amphitheater, alongside luxurious shops, Cafe and Restaurants.

Meanwhile, visitors would find thematic rooms inside the pavilion, including the BUMN (SOEs) Hall, a workshop area, VIP lounge, investment lounge and mini theater.

“The Indonesia Pavilion also provides delegates with an opportunity to experience a beautiful and unique journey,” Sahala said.

The IMF-WB meeting in Bali Event 2018 is expected to have around 12.000 – 15.000 people for attending the event. This includes 3,500 delegates from 189 member countries, 1.000 media representatives, and more than 5.000 participants representing various fields from private sector, banking community, until government and academic institutions.

 

 


Article source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2018/10/08/indonesia-pavilion-offers-development-investment-culture-to-imf-wb-delegates.html

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