One characteristic of the Indonesian economy is that the state-owned enterprises (SOEs) play an important role in this USD $1.0 trillion economy. They not only play an important role because some of them rank among Indonesia’s biggest companies (in terms of profit, sales and assets), thereby generating plenty of money for the government (in the form of tax revenue or dividend) while at the same time creating jobs for millions of Indonesians.
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The only trade exhibition in the children, baby, maternity industry is coming again in Indonesia. After its very successful event in 2019 when it attracted more than 3,000 visitors and brought together more than 120 brands from all over the world, CBME (Children, Baby, Maternity Expo) Indonesia will be held again for the 2nd edition at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) on 4-6 March 2020. CBME is also held in other countries, such as in China, Turkey, and India.
Pamerindo Indonesia, the leading trade fair organizer in Indonesia, introduces the launch of its most-anticipated Food and Hospitality Series show, Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia (previously named Hotelex Indonesia and Finefood Indonesia). Covering the latest trends and innovation in the hospitality and specialty food sector, the expo will be held on July 22-24, 2020 at JIEXPO in Kemayoran, Jakarta.
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