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Training on Services Export Promotion
March 30, 2016 - March 31, 2016- Bandung
The 21st century belongs to “services.” Services represent the largest sector in Indonesia with 51 per cent of GDP and 53 per cent of employment. Over 7 million jobs depend on trade in services in Indonesia. Key sectors include wholesale and retail trade, hotels and restaurants, and transport. Building the capacity of government officials to establish and implement a services trade promotion strategy has become a priority for Indonesia. To this end, the TPSA Project provided a training workshop where over 30 participants had the opportunity to discuss issues and ideas on how to strengthen the involvement of Indonesian SMEs in trade in services, and how government agencies and business associations can promote services exports.
- Activity Brief: TPSA Project Conducts a Workshop on “Trade in Services and Services Export Promotion” for Indonesian Government Officials and Business Associations
- Presentation: Introduction to Trade in Services and Services Export Promotion
- Presentation: Measuring and Improving Trade in Services Statistics: Concepts, Data Quality and Methodology
- Presentation: Roadmap for SME Service Providers: Getting Ready to Export
- Presentation: A Case Study: The Canadian Market and Canadian Services Trade Negotiations and Promotion
- Presentation: Government Agencies: How to Support Services Exporters
- Presentation: Business Associations: How to Promote Service Exports?
- Presentation: Coalitions of Service Industries
- Presentation: Roundtable Discussion: How Can Indonesians Promote Trade in Services?