The Ambassador of Indonesia visits Singidunum University
His Excellency Mr. Samuel Samson, Ambassador of Indonesia to Serbia, shall deliver a lecture at Singidunum University (Kumodraška 261, lecture hall 046) on Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at 2:00pm.
The topic of the presentation: " 60 Years of Jakarta-Belgrade Partnership: Opportunities for You"
The economic boom in Indonesia The land of Komodo dragons, exotic fruits and eternal optimists Wonderful Indonesia is home to 250,000 people, over 18,000 islands, eight sites on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites; home to Muslims, Hindus, Catholics, Orthodox Christians, Buddhists, a country rich in history that had been coined by Indonesians, Dutch, Indians, Japanese, Malaysians for centuries. The country of great contrasts inhabited by Komodo dragons, where the tribes are living in the same pace as centuries ago, where fishermen live from fish, where most of the population live on cultivating palms, cocoa, coffee, tea and rice, the country in which the unusual types of fruits are grown.
The inhabitants of Indonesia have learned to live without fear of volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, earthquakes, as they believe that if some of these disasters eventually happen, prosperity shall come afterwards.
Transportation and telecommunication, along with commerce, hospitality and construction are the industries that have contributed most to the economic growth of Indonesia in 2012.
According to the remarks of WSJ (Wall Street Journal), president's moves are aimed at ensuring Indonesia one of the highest growth rates in the world, at the time when most of the international economies are struggling with the crisis.