About the Conference

Over 750 Indonesian Infrastructure Projects identified worth over US$240 Billion!

“The Government of Indonesia has taken comprehensive measures to create a better investment climate. We continually support the participation of the private sector in the provision of infrastructure.”
HE Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of the Republic of Indonesia,
APMC-PPP’10 (The Asia Pacic Ministerial Conference on Public & Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Development)

“The Government of Indonesia’s single message – we are committed to encouraging business investment in the eld of infrastructure development. ”
HE Prof. Dr. Boediono, Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia,
Inaugural Address at IIICE’11 (The Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition)

“We are arranging for our 33 provincial governments to prepare their investment opportunities in their respective provinces to be presented at the IIICE event, as part of our overall Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Economic Development (MP3EI).”
HE Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister for Economic Aairs Republic of Indonesia,
In support of IIICE’12 (The Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition)

The Event
The APM-RGC held alongside the IIICE’12 is the leading G2G, G2B and B2B forum for Infrastructure development in Indonesia, bringing together the widest community of senior decision makers and ocials responsible for infrastructure projects in Indonesia. As a 3 day conference & exhibition these events will once again provide a critical platform for both National and Regional governments, businesses, investors and leading technology experts to meet, discuss, and set strategies for the planning, development and implementation of sustainable and inclusive infrastructure across the archipelago.

The Focus: MP3EI – A National “Connectivity” Priority
MP3EI -“The Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development”.
This national priority plan launched in 2011, with a scope through to 2025, aims to connect the 33 provinces of Indonesia with both domestic & International partners, fostering inclusive and sustainable economic growth across the archipelago. A total of Six economic corridors have been identied that will each focus on strengthening national connectivity and human resource capability through enhanced science and technology with an integrated infrastructure and investment policy. These events with a dedicated focus on the critical infrastructure agenda in support of MP3EI, held in conjunction with presentations by the 33 Indonesian provinces of Indonesia, will oer unparalleled perspective on the latest opportunities taking shape across Indonesia’s rapidly expanding infrastructure sectors.

The Conference

Day 1 – Indonesian National Government’s Macro Planning Policy; Exploring deeper G2G cooperation with Indonesia’s key trading partners with presentations by national ministers and leading private sector investors outlining strategies and latest policy updates for working with the Indonesian government on fast-tracking critical national infrastructure development.
Day 2 – Parallel Sector Tracks with MP3EI Highlights; Focusing on Transportation, Public Works, Energy and ICT. Presentations will be made by the heads of the MP3EI Economic Corridors, national ministries and state owned enterprises alongside leading international experts outlining opportunities to partner with, support and supply the Indonesian government development plans.
Day 3 – Project Presentations from the 33 Provinces; Focusing on specific detailed infrastructure project presentations by the respective Governors and senior Provincial Representatives, delivering the most comprehensive overview of actual opportunities across the Indonesian archipelago.

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