Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Investment Coordinating Board chief Franky Sibarani welcomed Danish Minister for Environment and Food Esben Lunde Larsen at his office. In the meeting, Franky invited Denmark to invest in Indonesia.
Larsen was accompanied by Danish Ambassador to Indonesia Casper Klynge and Indonesian Chamber of Commerce chairman Rosan Roeslani.
"We invite European countries especially Denmark to invest in renewable energy, foods and beverages, maritime and logistics sectors," said Franky in a press release, Jakarta, Tuesday (4/12/2016).
According to Franky, investments from European countries in Indonesia reached Rp149.8 trillion in 2010-2015. "Mostly in chemical and pharmacy industries," he added.
In the meeting, Franky conveyed that the Indonesian government has implement changes to help investors such as online service, one-stop service and three hour investment licensing service.
Moreover, the government also facilitates capital goods imports. "This is the opportunity for Danish companies," he concluded.