On 6 November 2020, the EuroCham Cosmetics Working Group was invited by the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) to attend a courtesy meeting held jointly with other associations, consisting of more than 70 participants. The session was opened by welcome remarks from the Deputy 2 of BPOM, Dra. Reri Indriani, Apt, M.Si. and was followed by a presentation from representatives of the Indonesia Cosmetics Association (PERKOSMI), Cosmetics Companies Association (PPAK) as well as from EuroCham. EuroCham was represented by Mrs Uti Mahanani (Head of Cosmetics Working Group) who introduced EuroCham Indonesia and conveyed its concerns regarding the challenges faced by the cosmetics industry.
In response to a request from the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) for Clean Energy Finance and Investment Mobilisation program for a meeting, the EuroCham Energy Task Force facilitated a discussion on 12 November. Chaired by Thomas Wagner (Head of Energy Working Group), the meeting aimed to get the view on OECD program and some of the challenges faced by EU investors in the clean energy sector. At the end of the meeting, the OECD was provided with a copy of EuroCham Energy position paper 2020 for their insight, particularly related to the energy sector issue in Indonesia.