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Business Opportunities & Challenges (Indonesia Presidential Election 2014)

Dear all,

BISA would like to invite you in Business Opportunities & Challenges (Indonesia Election 2014).

In the last decade, Indonesia undertook one of the most ambitious programs of institutional reform attempted anywhere. Rapid decentralization of power, the creation of a credible constitutional court and an active and powerful anti-corruption commission are examples of such reform.

Despite these remarkable achievements, Indonesia has yet to fully consolidate its democratic systems and institutions. The 2009 national elections, meant to serve as an example of Indonesia’s continued transition to an established and mature democracy, were instead a step backward in the view of many observers. The country’s electoral system is still in a state of transition, with persistent complaints of flawed voter lists, frequently changing election rules and occasional outbreaks of violence.

Indonesia's two presidential candidates traded nationalist rhetoric on several debate ahead of July's election, with the front-runner suggesting he would make Southeast Asia's biggest economy more protectionist.

The tone of the debate, which focused on the economy ahead of the July 9 vote, is likely to add to concerns among foreign investors over how welcome they are in the resource-rich state whose fast growing, fast consuming, middle class is offering mouth-watering business opportunities.

We conducting this event to answer a lot of questions from our BISA business partners regarding some challenge and opportunities that could rise before and after the Indonesia Presidential Election 2014.

The event schedule below:

2pm Registration

2.15 pm Introduction from BISA

2.30 pm Presentation-1 (The Challenges and Opportunities for Business and Economy before and after Indonesia Election 2014)

3 pm Presentation-2 (BISA Business Proposal for Sleeping Investor)

3.30 pm KCALBURN Sponsorship Opportunity for Spectacular Concert in The Vista Performing Art Centre

4 pm Closing

Source:

http://www.indonesia-digest.net/2300elections2014.htm


Thanks & Regards

Stephanus Titus Widjaja

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302 Orchard Road #07-03
Tong Building, Singapore[masked] 

Phone: [masked]
Fax: [masked]

www.bisakita.com

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