KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. Indonesia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry's (Kadin) 2017 National Meeting kicked off on Tuesday, involving some 1,000 participants, including Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita.
Kadin is Indonesia's biggest business lobby group, whose establishment is acknowledged in the country's law.
Participants of the annual meeting include businesspeople dealing in various sectors, business associations and related ministries and officials.
"We'll gather strategic input from the business sectors to be synergized with government policies," Kadin chairman Rosan P. Roeslani said in a statement.
During the event, participants are grouped in 14 group discussions based on their respective sectors. Each group discussion is expected to come up with recommendations for the government based on the theme.
The group discussions cover all sectors, including energy and electricity; the finance industry; regional development; industry and trade; micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and cooperatives and startups; agriculture and agribusiness; logistics and transportations; tourism; state enterprises, social corporate responsibility and business competition; construction and infrastructure; education and health and manpower issues; property and economic zones; women empowerment and sports; as well as international relations. (Stefani Ribka)
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