2011
20
SEPT

Riau Island FTZ Breakfast Seminar

Seminar, Muhammad Sani

Learn about business and investment opportunities in Indonesia, cialis one of the world’s most dynamic economies by attending a free breakfast seminar featuring Mr. Muhammad Sani, Governor of the Riau Islands, site of Southeast Asia’s premier Free Trade Zones. He will be speaking with a range of experts on international business expansion. This event will be held without charge at the US Chamber of Commerce for registrants until capacity is reached. Strategically located twelve miles off the coast of Singapore in Indonesia, the Riau Islands possesses three Free Trade Zones on the islands of Batam, Bintan and Karimun. It is perhaps the most attractive manufacturing, industrial and logistical platform in Southeast Asia and Indonesia’s second most popular international tourist destination. Due to its skilled work force, low cost structure, excellent logistical facilities, tax and other investment incentives, over 1,000 foreign companies of all sizes have invested over $10 billion dollars. They are presently operating in sectors including technology, medical equipment, electronics, agribusiness, telecom, industrial assembly, fabrication, shipbuilding, tourism and oil and energy services. Speakers will include Muhammad Sani, Governor of the Riau IslandsTami Overby, VP, Asia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Mark Mealy, VP US-ASEAN Business Council; Wayne Forrest, President, American Indonesian Chamber Commerce; Bruce Hatton, Senior Consultant, McDermott International; Jeffrey Dutton, Director, Office of the Pacific Basin, International Trade Administration; and Keith W. Rabin, President, KWR International, Inc. To view the program agenda: CLICK HERE. To RSVP, please CLICK HERE to register or forward an information request. For inquiries, please contact: Keith Rabin KWR International, Inc. email: riaubatam@kwrintl.com tel./fax +1-212-532-3005/+1-212-685-2413

Washington, D.C.

EVENT DATE: 2011-09-20

TIME: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

US Chamber of Commerce

1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC, 20062