Indonesia recorded potential transactions of US$ 15.2 million in its trade mission in Taiwan
JAKARTA. The Ministry of Trade (Kemendag) recorded potential transactions in trade missions to Taiwan of US$ 15.2 million, supported by the trade of a number of local products from Indonesia.
Arlinda, a delegation from the Ministry of Trade, said the potential will continue to rise due to demand from Taiwan importers. A number of products to be exported to Taiwan in this trade mission are processed wood, green coffee beans, black tea, and spices. “The value will increase,” Arlinda said on Monday (16/12) through an official statement.
19 exporters from 13 Indonesian companies were involved in the trade mission. Starting from companies engaged in the palm oil sector, food and beverages, coffee, cocoa tea, furniture, and financial services.
In this trade mission, the Ministry of Trade also held a business matching which was attended by 150 participants. A number of parties were present representing the Taiwanese government offices, associations, and representatives of chambers of commerce from Indonesia and Taiwan. (KR/AR)