Indonesia’s Minister of Trade, Muhammad Lutfi was in Davos recently to attend the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, at which he hoped to promote Indonesia’s Presidency of the G20 and to find solutions to various global problems in order to recover the world economy.
“A working visit to Switzerland to attend WEF 2022 is one of our efforts to increase Indonesia’s trade cooperation, not only with government partners, but also with global business players. Through WEF 2022, we also hope to find solutions to various global challenges faced, such as the global pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine war, geo-economic shocks, and climate change,” said Trade Minister Lutfi.
Trade Minister Lutfi also attended a number of meetings, including as a panellist and delivering closing remarks at the Country Strategy Dialogue on Indonesia session. A number of issues in this session were the G20 Presidency of Indonesia; Trade, Investment, and Industry Working Group (TIIWG), Chair of Indonesia in ASEAN 2023; and the ASEAN digital economy.
At the end of his working visit, Trade Minister Lutfi was scheduled to be a panellist at the Assessing the Role of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Trade Agreement session. On this occasion, the Minister of Trade discussed the role of the RCEP Agreement on economic growth in Indonesia, the region and the world.
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Source: Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia