Vice President Inaugurates Indonesia’s Pavilion at CAEXPO 2023

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation     Date 18 September 2023
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Vice President Ma’ruf Amin inaugurates Indonesia’s commodities pavilion at the 20th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO), Sunday (09/17), in NICEC, Nanning, People’s Republic of China. (Photo: Bureau of Press, Media, and Information of Vice-Presidential Secretariat)

Vice President Ma’ruf Amin inaugurates Indonesia’s commodities pavilion at the 20th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO), Sunday (09/17), in Nanning International Convention and Exhibition Center (NICEC), Nanning, People’s Republic of China. Vice President expressed hope that the pavilion can make Indonesia’s featured products more well-known at the global stage.

“I hope that this pavilion will make Indonesia’s products more well known by Chinese consumers and it opens market access through direct selling or business-to-business cooperation,” Vice President said.

Previously, at the same venue, Vice President has also inaugurated City of Charms Pavilion featuring Central Kalimantan’s potentials. Vice President had hope that both pavilions could showcase Indonesia’s export products with good quality.

“I was informed that the pavilion has a total of 84 booths participated by 49 companies promoting products from consumer goods, food and beverages, fashion and accessories, up to house decoration and furniture,” he said.

The pavilion, according to Vice President, described Indonesia’s spirit to keep enhancing market and promoting featured products in the international arena. Vice President also underlined the importance of trade cooperation between Indonesia, China, and ASEAN.

“It is a proof that CAEXPO as a collaboration of trade promotion continues to bring concrete and positive results for Indonesian, ASEAN, and Chinese businesspersons,” he stated.

Previously, Indonesian Ambassador to People’s Republic of China Djauhari Oratmangun in his report mentioned that the pavilion showcased more than 80 featured products from Indonesia, including from Central Kalimantan.

“This is an offline platform for branding Indonesia’s products. Additionally, we also use online platform [through CAEXPO platform] for branding Indonesia’s products,” he explained.

Indonesia’s commodities pavilion was built in an area of 2,150 square meter and showcasing products, such as food and beverages, fashion accessories and jewelry, furniture and home décor, consumer goods, spa, as well as herbal and beauty.

After the inauguration, Vice President inspected stands displaying Indonesia’s featured products at the Indonesia’s commodities pavilion. (Bureau of Press, Media, and Information of Vice-Presidential Secretariat/UN)(AW/LW)

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