Latest Events

IFCCI RENDEZ-VOUS September, 13 2016

Surrounded by a cozy venue at ARTOZ Bar, the IFCCI Rendez-Vous was successfully held. Some 35 IFCCI members and colleagues enjoyed a relaxing ambiance while expanding their business networks at this event.

Opened by IFCCI’s Chairman, Mr. Philippe Augier, the gathering was complemented with a scrumptious buffet menu, free flow of wine, and along with selected French cheeses.

IFCCI RENDEZ-VOUS August, 9 2016

Surrounded by a relaxing venue at Vibar Pool, Grand Kemang, the IFCCI Rendez-Vous was successfully held. Around 35 IFCCI members and colleagues enjoyed a pleasant ambiance while expanding their business networks at this event.

Opened by IFCCI’s Secerary General, Mr. Pierre Noyer, the gathering was complemented with a large and delicious buffet menu, free flow of wine, and along with selected French cheeses.

EIBN Joint Gathering July 19, 2016

Surrounded by an elegant venue at Raffles Jakarta, the EIBN Joint Gathering hosted by EuroCham was successfully held. Over 120 members and colleagues from IFCCI, EKONID, BritCham, INA, and EuroCham enjoyed a nice ambiance while broadening their business networks at this event.

EuroCham’s, Mr. Ulf Backlund, welcomed everyone along with IFCCI’s Mr. Baudouin Coomans, BritCham’s Mr. Chris Wren, EKONID’s Ms. Laura Aramoand INA’s Mr. Peter Halm with a toast.

IFCCI Forum Group Discussion - New Negative Investment List: New Hope for Indonesia?

IFCCI recently organized a Forum Group Discussion on “New Negative Investment List: New Hope for Indonesia?” on 31 May 2016 at Lotus 7 at M Floor, Intercontinental Jakarta Midplaza.

 

The new Negative Investment List has recently been revised and regulated by Presidential Regulation No. 44 of 2016 which makes foreign investments more open to have 100 percent ownership in certain business sectors, especially in the industrial sectors and creative industry. The main objectives of these revisions are to achieve the national target of economic and infrastructure development, enhance domestic and foreign investments in Indonesia, create new employment opportunities for locals, increase value of national exports which will ultimately increase the state revenue.