By Esther Samboh
The Indonesian and South Korean governments and businesses will meet in Bali on Wednesday (today) to follow up on billions of dollars of investment commitments to accelerate economic expansion in both countries.
The joint task force consisting of ministers and
businesspeople from both countries were scheduled to hold a meeting at the Westin Resort in Nusa Dua, Bali, to accelerate realization of the planned US$20 billion South Korean investment in Indonesia.
Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, Investment Coordinating Board Chairman Gita Wirjawan, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (Kadin) as well as Korean economic minister and businesspeople will attend the meeting.