The United States Department of Commerce is organizing an executive-led Trade mission to Indonesia and Vietnam. This trade mission will begin on November 11th 2012 and conclude on November 17th 2012. Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee Partners invited include the Trade Development Agency, Export-Import Bank, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
The purpose of this mission is to inform U.S. firms about opportunities in Southeast Asia’s rapidly expanding market and to position U.S. companies to seize export opportunities. We at the Department of Commerce have tailored this mission to fit the needs of representatives from leading U.S. companies providing state-of-the-art market services and technologies to sectors critical to infrastructure development.
This particular mission will visit Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Jakarta. During each of these stops, participants will receive market briefings and meet with key government decision makers and prospective private sector partners during customized, one-on-one meetings.
Within Indonesia and Vietnam, the trade mission will focus on the following infrastructure sectors: Energy, Aviation, Environmental Technology, and Architecture, Construction and Engineering. While all of these sectors have shown recent development, there remains a vast array of opportunities to meet the high demand of the local governments, businesses, and individuals.
Recruitment for the mission will begin immediately and conclude no later than September 3, 2012, by the close of business. For more information and an application packet please contact Jessica Arnold at email@example.com or (202) 482-2026.