The Jakarta Post
A high level business delegation from Taiwan last week visited Indonesia to explore trade and investment opportunities in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. Apart from bilateral trade talks, the visit included the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Taiwan’s Chinese National Federation of Industries and Indonesia’s Association of Indonesian Employers (Apindo) with a vow to further strengthen economic cooperation.
The event, reportedly creating US$29.3 million in business opportunities for Taiwan manufacturers, highlights numerous economic potentials that can be developed by both countries in the future despite an absence of formal diplomatic relations due to Indonesia’s one-China policy.
The Jakarta Post’s Linda Yulisman talked to Taiwan Bureau of Foreign Trade Director General Cho Shih-chao about trade and investment issues on the sidelines of t...