DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Dozens of businessmen from Indonesia and Australia have agreed to continue partnering to improve mutually beneficial business relationships. It is predicted that in the future the prospect for business relations in various sectors are quite good, this is based on the strong bilateral relations between the two neighboring countries.
It was stated by IB Kharisma Wijaya, President of the Indonesia Australia Business Council (IABC) Bali Branch at the Business Networking Event, which was attended by around 30 members of IABC Bali at Byrdhouse Beach Club in Segara Village Hotel, Sanur, Denpasar, on Thursday, January 24.
The event was also attended by T Moh Hamzah Thajeb (IABC President) and Dr Helena Studdert (Australian Consul General in Bali).
The two-monthly gathering has always been held with interesting theme around business, and this time the theme is Update on Bilateral Relationship & Economic Outlook in 2019 Between Indonesia-Australia.
“IABC Bali Branch is like a chamber of commerce formed in 2012. Every gathering is always packed in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. I am sure, in the future, the prospects will be very good, because it is based on a very strong relation between the two neighboring countries,” said IB Kharisma Wijaya.
In addition, there are also several agreements between Indonesia and Australia which are pursued by the two governments regarding mutually beneficial business economic relations.
“We always try as much as we can, to improve the bilateral relations between Indonesia and. Through this business relationship, hopefully Indonesia will get a significant contribution,” IB Kharisma Wijaya hoped.
Meanwhile T Moh Hamzah Thajeb also stated that his side has tried to strengthen business relations and dialogue between the two neighboring countries.
“So, as the President of IABC, I appreciate the implementation of this gathering and hope that Indonesia and Australia can continue their good relationship. It’s not a matter of number, but the quality of the bilateral relationship,” Hamzah Thajeb said.