Ambassador Hopes More Indonesian Products Can Enter China

    Medcom, Christopher Harindra - 18 Desember 2019 11:00 WIB
    Ambassador Hopes More Indonesian Products Can Enter China
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    Jakarta: Indonesian Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China Djauhari Oratmangun hopes that domestic products can enter China. He considers this important because currently the Government of Indonesia is promoting domestic products that can be marketed in China.
     
    "We will continue to collaborate with officials in China to market Indonesian products in China so that the trade deficit between Indonesia and China can be reduced," Djauhari said, as quoted from his written statement, in Jakarta on Wednesday, December 18, 2019.
     
    The same thing was conveyed by the Director General of National Export Development at the Ministry of Trade Dody Edward. According to him, the Ministry of Trade is ready to help domestic industries that want to market their products abroad.

    To increase exports, the Ministry of Trade has always been pro-active with other ministries in developing strategies. "Among other things, refocusing export products from primary products to industrial or processed products and diversification of export products," said Dody.
     
    Meanwhile, PT Victoria Care Indonesia is ready to maximize performance and strengthen business expansion abroad. So far, Victoria Care Indonesia has not only marketed in the domestic market, but has also gone abroad, such as Brunei, Pakistan, Japan and Papua New Guinea. For 2020, Victoria Care Indonesia targets product sales to increase by 30 percent.
     
    On the other hand, the industrial revolution 4.0 is encouraging industries in the country to innovate so that they can continue to compete in the midst of fierce competition, the cosmetic industry is no exception. Not only that, the cosmetics industry is also urged to be able to keep up with the times, especially adjusting to the wishes of the growing number of millennials.
     
    Based on the national socio-economic survey in 2017, the number of millennials amounted to 88 million people or 33.75 percent of Indonesia's population. The number of millennials is both a challenge and an opportunity for the Indonesian people both now and in the future.


    (WAH)

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