EuroCham Indonesia maintains close working relationships with the Government of Indonesia and other local stakeholders, such as the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN), the Indonesian Employers’ Association (APINDO) and other Indonesian sectoral associations.
EuroCham works closely with the European Commission in Brussels, the European Union (EU) Delegation in Indonesia, all the local European embassies, bilateral chambers of commerce in Indonesia and European chambers of commerce globally through the European Business Organisations (EBO) Worldwide Network.
All these organisations contribute to an ongoing dialogue with the Government of Indonesia, ultimately aiming to improve the investment climate and business environment in the country.
The role of EuroCham Indonesia in these dialogues is to represent the interests of European businesses from across all sectors. The interests of different foreign countries often differ widely, while those representing local businesses may also present a different slant to that of foreign businesses. It is thus a strength that European businesses have their own organisation that could provide a unified representation in these dialogues with the Indonesian government. These views are accordingly aligned with the advocacy mandated by the EU office in Brussels and the EU Delegation in Jakarta.