Perry Warjiyo, Governor of Bank Indonesia, will update Asia House Corporate Members on Indonesia’s economic outlook during a private briefing on Tuesday 8 November, according to a recent publication on the Asia House website.
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Speaking just weeks before the G20 Summit in Bali, the report says, Governor Warjiyo will discuss how Indonesia, recently described as a “bright spot” in the world economy by the IMF, is bucking global trends, and how the central bank aims to leverage the country’s economic momentum to encourage foreign investment.
The central bank Governor will also discuss how businesses can play a role in the country’s ambition to reach net-zero by 2060, with a focus on green finance and a just energy transition.
This in-person briefing, moderated by Asia House Chief Executive Michael Lawrence, is being convened exclusively for Asia House Corporate Members. To register interest, please email Edward Danks, Programme Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Asia House