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Taiwan seeks stronger ties with Indonesia

  • Apriza Pinandita

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Thu, October 10 2019   /  02:22 am
Strong bonds: Taipei Economic Trade Office (TETO) representative to Indonesia John Chen (center) is flanked by Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko, lawmakers from the House of Representatives and Taiwanese businessmen during a cake-cutting ceremony in Jakarta on Monday to commemorate the 108th Double Tenth Day. (Courtesy of TETO/via JP)(TETO) representative to Indonesia John Chen (center) is flanked by Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko, lawmakers from the House of Representatives and Taiwanese businessmen during a cake-cutting ceremony in Jakarta on Monday to commemorate the 108th Double Tenth Day. (Courtesy of TETO/via JP)

Strong bonds: Taipei Economic Trade Office (TETO) representative to Indonesia John Chen (center) is flanked by Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko, lawmakers from the House of Representatives and Taiwanese businessmen during a cake-cutting ceremony in Jakarta on Monday to commemorate the 108th Double Tenth Day. (Courtesy of TETO/via JP)Taiwan aims to strengthen its ties with Indonesia as part of its New Southbound Policy that focuses on mutually beneficial cooperation with Indonesia and 17 other countries in ASEAN and South Asia and Australasia, a high-ranking trade representative has said.Close economic relations between Indonesia and Taiwan can be vividly seen in Indonesians’ daily life. Think about popular beverage brands like Chatime, Koi, CoCo, Xin Fu Tang and Tiger Sugar frequently seen in malls or in the hands of Indonesian consumers. Or think about gadget brands like Asus or A...