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March 8th 2013

US-ABC, AICC Agreement on Indonesia Inked

(Washington D.C.) The US-ASEAN Business Council and the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce signed an M.O.U. creating a strategic partnership between the two organizations, expanding their presence in key U.S. business markets.  Through the organization’s agreement to partner in U.S. programs and activities, the MOU adds a second U.S. office in New York to complement the Council’s 6 regional offices, and brings the AICC’s country focused expertise to the Council’s D.C. area membership.

The two organizations have agreed to share resources and expertise, cooperate in promoting U.S. economic engagement in Indonesia, and work together on major events .

“This agreement with the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce will provide a platform to substantially increase awareness of ASEAN in New York City,” said Alexander Feldman, President of the US-ASEAN Business Council. “New York is one of the world’s most important business and financial centers, and the Council looks forward to substantially ramping up our programming in New York City through this partnership.”

“AICC views this agreement as a natural result of the emergence of ASEAN as an integrated economic community with Indonesia at its core.  We look forward to working with the Council to continue to support the growing business-to-business relationship between the United States and Indonesia within this regional context,” said Wayne Forrest, President of the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce.

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