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14 Indonesian companies to exhibit at TIBCO in Bucharest

Indonesian companies from various fields will become exhibitors at the ‘International Fair for Consumer Goods’ or TIBCO in Bucharest, during June 2nd-5th, 2016. These companies will be promoting their leading products and will show how they can be part of a very fast growing Romanian market.

“14 companies are coming to Bucharest because this city is the best place to introduce their products. TIBCO is a well-known exhibition and they hope to meet Romanian partners, distributors or importers to make partnerships”, said Diar Nurbintoro, Indonesian envoy in Romania.

With the assistance of the Embassy, these companies will have 62 sqm of exhibiting area in Hall C6, Romexpo, Bucharest. The Indonesian companies are manufacturers of various products and will be offering products such as hygiene tissue, food or cakes mix, shoes and bags, palm oil and its derivatives, snacks, fruit juice, coffee and many more.

Indonesia is a country of more than 250 million populations and the companies that are coming to Bucharest are experienced in Indonesian market. They are highly motivated to promote their products in Romania, one of the most attractive markets in the Central and Eastern Europe region.

They welcome to discuss further cooperation with interested partners and hope to close deals during their visit to Bucharest. Last year, the trade volume between Indonesia and Romania stood at 117,2 milion USD. However, the value is still below it real potential. In 2012, the two countries reached trade value up to 172 million US dollar. “This is our short term target, to regain the same value of 2012 in the next three years”, added Mr. Nurbintoro.

The presence of Indonesian companies in Romania is also part of the annual event “Piata Indonezia” hosted by the Embassy, aimed at promoting Indonesia’s economy and culture to Romanian public.


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