Indonesia–Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) Launch Webinar, 5 July 2020
The Indonesia–Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) formally enters into force on 5 July 2020 and will open new opportunities for Australian and Indonesian businesses, primary producers, service providers and investors.
“The mutual benefits from this Agreement are critical. Australia wants not only a stronger Australia but also a stronger Indonesia. By reducing trade barriers, we can grow both of our economies and by encouraging trade and investment in areas of high potential for Indonesia, we can build greater capacity for its continued successful development.” - Minister Birmingham - March 2019
Join the webinar for an exclusive, up close and personal, conversation with Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment on the importance of the agreement and the mutual benefits of a closer economic engagement between Indonesia and Australia and its role in enhancing security and stability in the region.
Hear from a distinguished panel of business leaders, discussing the benefits that IA-CEPA will bring to Australian companies and learn from their experiences on the real challenges and opportunities of doing business in the largest economy in ASEAN region.
The AIBC is delighted to have been chosen to host this special IA-CEPA Launch Event with Minister Birmingham, the first official IA-CEPA Event to be held following its entry into force.
Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
National President, Australia Indonesia Business Council
Professor Andrew Macintyre
Senior Pro Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
CEO & Founder, IONIZE Cyber Security
Chief of Ecosystem Development, AustCyber and ACT Chair, Australia Indonesia Business Council
CEO, Bluescope Steel
Group Managing Director, Coca-Cola Amatil
This event is proudly supported by Austrade, BlueScope, Coca-Cola Amatil, Monash University and Ionize Cyber Security
Date: Thursday 9 July 2020
Time: 2:30pm to 3.30pm AEST (UTC/GMT+10)
Register for this virtual event here.