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US, Indonesia big shots to gather in AmCham investment summit

American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Indonesia is holding the fourth annual Investment Summit, which will gather executives from the US and Indonesia, ranging from ministers and top officials to global American companies and businesspeople.

The investment summit—co-sponsored by AmCham Indonesia and the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington—will be held on Thursday this week at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Jakarta.

Among those expected to attend are Coordinating Maritime Minister Luhut Panjaitan, Investment Coordinating Board chairman Thomas Lembong, Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita and Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto.

“During the event we will also be releasing our annual US-Indonesia Investment Report, which this year is entitled ‘Vital & Growing: Adding up the US-Indonesia Economic Relationship’,” said AmCham spokesperson Gilang Ardana in a press statement on Friday in Jakarta.

The report, he continued, would reveal AmCham findings on the total dollar value of the economic engagement between the US and Indonesia. “We believe this is the first time research has been done to quantify the relationship,” Gilang said.

AmCham is partnering with the BKPM, the Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo), and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) in holding the event.

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