Opportunities for Victorian Businesses in Indonesia

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Global Victoria, in partnership with Asialink Business and Australia Indonesia Business Council, invite you to join their webinar to discuss the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) and what this means for Victorian businesses:

Opportunities for Victorian Businesses in Indonesia

The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) entered into force on 5 July 2020. As Indonesia is rapidly emerging as both a regional and global economic power, hear from our key experts as they discuss what IA-CEPA means for Victorian Businesses.

Indonesia is Victoria's ninth largest export market for merchandise and the third largest export market for Victorian food products. Indonesia is an increasingly important market for Victorian education and training providers, ICT, tourism and health care.

Bilateral relations between Victoria and Indonesia continue to develop and strengthen now more than ever Victorian businesses should consider what are the opportunities to upscale their business model in Indonesia.

Moderated by Mukund Narayanamurti, CEO, Asialink Business, panellists will discuss:

  • What immediate benefits will IA-CEPA provide for Victorian businesses?
  • Why is Indonesia an important market for your business’ diversification plans?
  • What support mechanisms are in place from Global Victoria to support your business?


Spica Alphanya Tutuhatunewa, Consulate-General of the Republic of Indonesia (VIC)

Leigh Howard, A/g Commissioner to Southeast Asia, Government of Victoria

Michael Dean, Regional Trade Agreements Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Garry Embleton, Operations Director, Ausfine Foods & Victoria Deputy Chair, Australia Indonesia Business Council

Visit the Asialink Business site for more details.

[1] https://www.dfat.gov.au/trade/agreements/in-force/iacepa/Pages/indonesia-australia-comprehensive-economic-partnership-agreement