Indian companies are welcome to participate in Indonesia’s infrastructure projects, particularly in the Aceh province, as the island nation makes development a priority, a senior minister has said. Addressing a gathering of chief executives of the Indian companies at the 2nd India-Indonesia Infrastructure Forum (IIIF) in Jakarta, country’s Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that there was an improved investment climate in the country.
“Infrastructure development was a top priority for the Indonesian Government,” a statement from the Indian Embassy in Jakarta said quoting the minister. The forum has been organised jointly by the Indian embassy in collaboration with the Indonesian Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs. Read More
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