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Indonesia to show export potential at Brunei fair

THE Indonesian Embassy in Brunei is holding a two-day expo on the country’s export products from today to commemorate 30 years diplomatic ties between Brunei and the republic.

Its minister counselor for economy Rudhito Widagdo said that the expo called “Pameran Produk Indonesia 2014” (Indonesian Products Exhibition 2014) at The Mall, Gadong will help Indonesian businesses to showcase and promote their products.

“It is also to let them (businesses) to be able to see Brunei’s latest market and economic performance,” he said in a press release. He further said that he is confident about the potential for business deals between the two sides due to the links between both countries.

“For us, the considerable interest of Brunei entrepreneurs in our primary products is an opportunity that needs to be proactively followed by Indonesian businesses,” he added.

The embassy is keen to invite and facilitate Indonesian businesses to join the expo on the basis of improving economic relations between the countries.

There will be 20 booths at the expo which will be taken up by Indonesian entrepreneurs as well as members of provincial chamber of commerce. Some of the exhibitors include Griya Emmy’s Collection, Batik Desamas. Sariayu Martha Tilaar, Afif Fashion Designer as well as a Bruneian company Ghanin.

The expo will be inaugurated by the Deputy Chief of Mission and Head of Chancery of the Indonesia Embassy in Brunei Darussalam, Nurul Qomar, and Brunei’s Minister of Education, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Kerna Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Hj Awg Abu Bakar Hj Apong.

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