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I N D O N E S I A

N E W S L E T T E R


CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA, MUMBAI, INDIA

VOLUME 11/ NOVEMBER 2002 MONTHLY

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ELCOME TO THE 4TH BIGGEST TRADE EXHIBITION IN INDONESIA

INDONESIA EXPO 2003

5-9 MARCH, 2003

AT JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE,

JAKARTA - INDONESIA

Organized by : PT. Debindo Multi Adhiswasti,

Jakarta – Indonesia


Supported by : Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs

& Indonesian Department of Industry and Trade


INDONESIA EXPO 2003 offers you the only opportunity to see, compare and buy the finest of Indonesia in one place and at the right time and price.
INDONESIA EXPO 2003, range of exhibits : Handicrafts, Toys, Furniture, Wooden Products, Garment & Textiles, Leather & Footwear Products, Agriculture & Plantation, Forestry products, Natural Resources & Investment Opportunities, Services.
Organizers details : PT. DEBINDO MULTI ADHISWASTI : Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam III No. 1, Jakarta 12820 – Indonesia, Tel : (62-21)8298004,8309716,8310656 Fax : (62-21)8313073,8292655

E-mail : debindo@cbn.net.id Homepage : http://www.debindo.com


EAST JAVA BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

GRAHA KADIN 1ST FLOOR, JL. RAYA BUKIT DARMO 1, GRAHA FAMILI-SURABAYA, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-31)7329241 FAX : (62-31)7329240

E-MAIL : bdc@eastjavabiz.org WEBSITE : www.eastjavabiz.org
East Java Business Development Center (EJ-BDC) is a joint cooperation program of the East Java Provincial Government and the East Java Chamber of Commerce, to complements the efforts of the East Java Provincial governments with the objectives of expanding local economy and development of regional commerce.
CENTRE’S OBJECTIVE is to create platform for local companies to establish working relationships with foreign enterprises in the same and/or complementary industries. Its intent is to allow home grown companies to tap the resources, skills and experiences of strategic partners to accelerate growth and sustain their competitive edge.
CENTER’S FIELD OF OPERATION : Gathering & Publishing Economic Regional Data on a Regular Basis (Network with East Java Government), Gathering Potential Buyers through all domestic/foreign agencies by visitation or electronic means, Gathering & Integrating all business potential data through the database, Conducting Seminar/meeting on Product/Market.





INDEX
Page 1.

  • Indonesia Expo 2003

  • East Java Business Development

centre

Page 2.


  • RI’s economy grew 3.92% in third quarter

  • New customs rulings issued to improve service

  • RI grant deals with EC and Japan

Page 3.

  • Arianespace to launch TELKOM-2

  • RI issues decree to limit steel imports

  • Octobers exports reach two year high-BPS

  • US supports improved trade with Indonesia

  • Motorbike plant in Jambi

  • Suzuki to boost stake in Indonesia JV

Page 4.

  • Malaysia’s Padiberas teams up with RI’s Indofood

  • Malaysia’s Proton to invest in RI this year

  • Italy offers Biotech collobration

  • North Sulawesi to promote its potentials to 110 countries

  • Rice production in year 2003 projected at 53 mln tons

  • RI to expand LNG sales to China

  • Pertamina to supply gas to Singapore in 2005

  • Perhutani to set up 15 showrooms in China

  • Indonesian SMEs participation in Berlin trade fair

Page 5.

  • Indonesian Shoes at “GDS INT’L SHOES FAIR 2002” in Germany

  • RI plans palm oil board

  • Bali businessmen launch initiative to recover tourism

  • Singaporean travel agencies arrange Bali holidays with special rates

  • SIA launches Bali recovery program

Page 6.

  • Calendar of Exhibition 2003 organized by PT. Debindo Multi Adhiswasti

  • Calendar of Exhibition 2003 organized by PT. Pamerindo Buana Abadi

Page 7.

  • Indonesian Trade and Industry Associations

Page 8.

  • Ancient Ganesa in Indonesia


INDONESIAN ECONOMY GREW 3.92% IN THIRD QUARTER : The Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) has recently reported that Indonesian economy grew by 3.92% during the third quarter over the same period last year, adding that slowing consumption growth meant Indonesia would be unlikely to meet its full year economic growth target of 4 percent. BPS deputy chairman La Ode Syafiuddin said that domestic consumption remained the key driver behind the 3.92 percent third quarter growth in the economy. La Ode Syafiuddin further added that although growth in private consumption has slowed down a bit, it has still contributed a lot to the overall economy. The third quarter private consumption, as measured by household spending, grew more slowly at 4.9 percent against 6.3 percent during the third quarter last year. Over the same period, exports and investment spending recovered after both had plunged in the second quarter. Exports grew by 1.6 percent after slumping by 7.1 percent in the previous year, while investment grew by 2.1 percent compared to a 1 percent drop last year. Despite the promising figures, Syafiuddin said that the upward trend was unsustainable. The terrorist attack on the holiday island has dealt a severe blow to Indonesia’s tourism sector, which on average contributes US $5 billion to the economy. The government has revised down its economic growth target, as measured by the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), to 4 percent from 5 percent previously.


NEW CUSTOMS RULINGS ISSUED TO IMPROVE SERVICE : The Indonesian Government has recently issued three new regulations to take effect on January 1, 2003 aimed at improving the country’s services and curb smuggling and fraud during clearance. Two regulations aim to ensure faster service for importers, that is Ministerial Decree No. 453/2002 on import clearance procedures and Ministerial Decree No. 455/2002 on the requirement for appointed banks to handle the payment of duties and levies. The other ruling, that is Ministerial Decree No. 454/2003 on importer registration, is aimed at obtaining accurate data on importers, identifying crooked ones and preventing them from committing fraud in the future. To simplify and speed up import clearance, Decree No. 453 allows importers to fill out administrative papers on-line and to make payments at appointed on-line banks, the decree also stipulates that air or sea forwarders must notify the customs office about imported goods within 24 hours prior to the arrival of the carriers. Decree No. 455 on appointed banks stipulates that any bank can be approved to handle payment of duties and levies as long as all its branches possess on-line facilities.
INDONESIA GRANT DEALS WITH EC AND JAPAN : The Indonesian government recently signed two separate deals with the European Commission (EC) and Japan, allowing Indonesia to receive grants from both donors. Under the deals, the EC will provide 150 million euros (about US $150 million) in grants to Indonesia, while Japan will extend about US $2.65 million, according to two separate statements. The EC said the National Indicative Program (NIP), which sets out a three-year work program to be financed with the grants, was signed by Arizal Effendi, the director general for American and European Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Sabato Della Monica, the head of the EC delegation in Indonesia.



ARIANESPACE TO LAUNCH TELKOM-2 : State telecommunication company PT. Telkom will launch TELKOM-2, its latest satellite, with a launch vehicle from French company Arianespace under a deal worth US $62.9 million. The rocket Ariane 5 will launch TELKOM-2 in the second half of 2004 from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. The launch contract was signed by TELKOM president Kristiono and Arianespace president Jean-Yves Le Gall. TELKOM-2 marks Indonesia’s first communication satellite since 1999, and will replace the existing Palapa B-4 Satellite, which has a lifespan until late 2004. According to Arianespace the new satellite has a lifespan of 15 years. Once launched, TELKOM-2 will cover Indonesia and parts of Asia, including the Indian subcontinent, and will provide multimedia and high-speed Internet services as well as satellite telephone network services.
RI ISSUES DECREE TO LIMIT STEEL IMPORTS : The Indonesian Ministry of Industry and Trade has recently issued a decree to limit the importation of steel products in a bid to help protect the local steel steel industry against mass imports of cheaper products. Ministerial Decree No.751/2002, dated Nov. 7, stipulates that only steel producers will be allowed to import hot-rolled and cold-rolled coils as raw materials or as supplements for production purposes. The imported goods will not be allowed to be sold or transferred to other companies. The decree said that authorized importers must seek approval from the ministry for the amount and the distribution schedule of their imports. The decree also stipulates that importers must submit monthly reports on imported goods, the failure of which would result in the revocation of their import licenses. The decree came more than a week after the government increased tariffs on imported steel products to 20 percent for hot-rolled coil and 25 percent for cold-rolled coil. Indonesia imports steel products from Korea, Japan and Russia. The country’s steel output reaches 2.89 million tons every year, of which some 2.5 million tons are produced by Krakatau Steel. Total consumption amounts to 3.9 million tons every year.
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CTOBERS EXPORTS REACH TWO YEAR HIGH – BPS : The Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics announced that Indonesian exports in October rose again for the second consecutive month to US $5.32 billion, which marked the highest monthly export figure in two years. BPS Chairperson Soedarti Surbakti told the October’s export revenue, which was 4.31 percent higher than the US $5.1 billion posted the previous month, indicated an improvement in the export market. Non-oil and gas exports to Japan, the U.S. and Singapore in October stood at US $619.2 million, US $609.4 million and US $470 million respectively. BPS further added that the rise in October exports was attributable to a rise in both oil and gas, and non-oil and gas exports. Non-oil and gas exports increased by 3.7 percent to US $4.18 billion, from US $4.03 billion the previous month.

Meanwhile the oil and gas exports rose 6.7 percent to US $1.14 billion, from 1.07 billion. Contributing most to the non-oil and gas exports were sales of machinery and wooden manufactured goods, which reached US $407.1 million and US $296.4 million respectively. Accumulatively, however, January to October exports of US $47.21 billion were still lower than the US $48.21 billion recorded the same period last year.


US SUPPORTS IMPROVED TRADE WITH INDONESIA : The US government has said it is strongly committed to improve trade with Indonesia, Robert B. Zoellick, Head of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), made this comment during a meeting with Rini MS Suwandi, Indonesian Minister of Industry and Trade. Zoellick said that US government would facilitate trading sector meetings, ranging from the animal husbandry sector to the transfer of technology sector. Indonesian Minister for Industry and Trade, Rini MS Suwandi said that Indonesia has a trade surplus with the USA with Indonesia’s exports to the USA has reached US $7 billion while imports are US $3 billion.
MOTORBIKE PLANT IN JAMBI : The Jambi Development planning agency chief Firwan Tan has stated that China’s Zongshen Group will build a motorcycle factory in Jambi valued US $19.6 million. Zongshen group is the third biggest motorcycle engine manufacturer in China. Tan said that the local administration will give full support to the project, including providing land at a relatively low price.
SUZUKI TO BOOST STAKE IN INDONESIAN JV : Suzuki Motor Corp recently announced that it will boost its stake in Indonesian joint venture PT. Indomobil Suzuki International to 90 percent. Suzuki, which currently owns 49 percent of the joint venture, will spend US $140.82 million to purchase an additional 41 percent stake from its local partner. The joint company will become a consolidated Suzuki subsidiary. Suzuki aims to strengthen its operation in Indonesia as a production base in Asian region ahead of the implementation of sharp tariff reductions among the Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries next year.
MALAYSIA’S PADIBERAS TEAMS UP WITH RI’S INDOFOOD : Malaysia’s Padiberas Nasional Bhd (Bernas) said it has teamed up with Indonesian instant noodle maker PT Indofood Sukses Makmur to explore investment opportunities in the food industries. Both the companies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) which will see the two companies exploring and cooperating in the distribution of Indofood products into the Malaysian market and Bernas products into the Indonesian market. The MoU includes the development, promotion and distribution of products under a co-branding strategy. Indofood has the biggest domestic market shares for the most of its products, which also include wheat flour, edible oils and fats, baby foods and snack foods.
MALYASIA’S PROTON TO INVEST IN RI THIS YEAR : Malaysian carmaker Proton will invest in Indonesia later this year in anticipation of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA). Proton will make Indonesia its production base for the manufacture of sedans with an open basin in the rear. Achdiat Atmawinata, the ministry’s director general for metal, machine, electronic and multifarious industries said the Proton intends to take advantage of the ASEAN free market under the AFTA scheme as Indonesia is a big market for cars, adding that nearly 10 percent of Indonesia’s population of 210 million could afford to buy cars. It is predicted that Proton would start production in Indonesia in year 2003.
ITALY OFFERS BIOTECH COLLABORATION : A delegation of Italian biotechnology experts recently visited Indonesia to discuss possible exchanges of the latest technologies in the fields of environmental conservation, agriculture and biotechnology. The visit is aimed at creating a deeper understanding of the two countries capabilities and the further development of joint activities. The Indonesian and Italian governments will also organize a workshop on remote sensing technologies for natural resources inventorization, monitoring and management.
NORTH SULAWESI TO PROMOTE ITS POTENTIALS TO 110 COUNTRIES : The North Sulawesi provincial government is gearing up for a campaign to promote its potentials to 110 countries through documentary films. The provincial government’s spokesman said that the documentary films would be disseminated through Indonesian diplomatic office overseas. The films will show potentials of North Sulawesi in various sectors like investment, tourism, mining, fishery, agriculture, agro-business and agro-industry.
RICE PRODUCTION IN YEAR 2003 PROJECTED AT 53 MILLION TONS : Indonesian Agriculture Minister, Bungaran Saragih recently said that Indonesia rice production has been projected at 53 million tons of dried unhusked paddy in 2003, which is the equivalent of 36 million tons of rice. The rice production is an increase of 2.71 pct of the estimated 51.6 million tons in the third quarter of 2002.
RI TO EXPAND LNG SALES TO CHINA : The Indonesian government is set to expand sales of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to China, the Indonesian Energy and Mineral Resource Ministry has reported. The Indonesian Ministry after signing a long-term contract on LNG export the province of Fujian said that Indonesia hopes to also sell the product to two other provinces in eastern China, namely Jiangsu and Shandong. The long-term contract with Fujian has opened the possibility of increasing LNG exports to China. Jiangsu and Shandong are fast growing provinces and are expected to need a large supply of LNG.
PERTAMINA TO SUPPLY GAS TO SINGAPORE IN 2005 : Indonesian State oil and gas company Pertamina said it will supply gas to Singapore through a 600-km pipeline linking Pagar Dewa gas field in South Sumatra province to Singapore starting early in 2005. The development of the South Sumatra gas which serves as an integrated project will be commenced in year 2003. Under the project, Pertamina in cooperation with the state gas company (PGN) will also supply gas from Pagar Dewa to West Java and Banten provinces.
PERHUTANI TO SET UP 15 SHOWROOMS IN CHINA : Indonesia’s state-owned forestry company, PT. Perhutani, has begun preparations to set up at least 15 showrooms in China, after setting up similar showrooms in Germany and the United States to promote its products. Perhutani’s President Director, Marsanto MS told that setting up of the showrooms in China is to support the company’s exports to that country. Further to explore ways to set up the showrooms, the company is planning to send a team to China to search for proper locations.
INDONESIAN SMEs PARTICIPATION IN BERLIN TRADE FAIR : Fifty-seven small and medium enterprises (SME) from Indonesia recently took part in the Berlin International trade fair held by the Berlin Administration in cooperation with the Berlin Import Shop. The Import Shop Berlin fair has attracted Indonesian enterprises in the garments, textile, furniture and souvenirs sectors. The participation of Indonesian enterprises in the trade fair has been coordinated by the National Agency for Export Development (NAFED), the Indonesian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Cooperatives Ministry and the Office of the Minister for State-owned Enterprises. The Jakarta administration, the Yogyakarta administration, the state oil company PT Pertamina, and the state electric company PT PLN have all extended their support for the event.
INDONESIAN SHOES AT “GDS INT’L SHOES FAIR 2002” IN GERMANY : Indonesian shoes have played important role in exports of Indonesian non-oil products. In fact, shoes and other footwear products were the first non-oil product to reach export value of over US $1 billion in 1990s. At present, Indonesian footwear, consists of leather shoes, sports shoes, sandals for men, women and children, etc and the same are being exported to more than 200 countries around the world. In the period of five years from 1997-2001, the export values had been fluctuated with a trend of 2.98% annually. Export in 1997 valued at US $1.5 billion. It declined in 1998 to US $1.2 billion, but increased to US $1.6 billion in 1999. Further it continued to increase in 2000 to US $1.7 billion, but declined again in 2001 to US $1.5 billion. In effort to further expand exports of Indonesian footwear, the Indonesian National Agency for Export Development (NAFED) of the Ministry of Industry and Trade had coordinated the participation of eight Indonesian Shoe and sandal manufacturers at one of the largest exhibitions for the footwear products in the world, the “GDS Int’l Shoe Fair 2002”, held from 19-22 September 2002 in Dusseldorf, Germany. Total orders received by Indonesian exhibitors were US $231.700. The exports of Indonesian shoes and other footwear products to Germany in the period of five years, 1997-2001 had a trend of decline by –1.22% annually. The eight Indonesian footwear manufacturers participating at GDS Int’l shoe Fair 2002 were PT Aneka Surya Agung; PT Brown Prima Indonesia; PT Dhaya Tuhumitra; CV Fortuna Shoes; PT Knaap International Footwear Indonesia; PT Kreasi San-Ginesio; PT Pelita Tomangmas; and CV Pretty Shoes.
RI PLANS PLAM OIL BOARD : The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) has recently said that the Indonesian government and the Industry players plan to establish a coordinating board for crude palm oil (CPO) to boost Indonesian CPO’s competitiveness on the world market. Soedjai Kartasasmita, Kadin’s head of plantation and forestry affairs, said that the Indonesian Palm Oil Board (IPOB) would aim to coordinate policies on and solve problems faced by the Industry. Soedjai said that the board will be established by the current year end. According to the Indonesian Palm Oil Producers Association (GAPKI) Indonesia the world’s second largest CPO producer after Malaysia, is projected to produce nine million tons of CPO this year, up from 8.3 million last year. Further, the country’s exports are also expected to rise to 5.5 million tons this year, from 4.9 million tons last year.
BALI BUSINESSMEN LAUNCH INITIATIVE TO RECOVER TOURISM : Indonesian Tourism Industry players in Bali will soon launch a campaign to regain the island’s attractiveness for world travelers, who have shunned the island following the Oct.12 terrorist attack. The Chairman of the Bali Chamber of Commerce and Industry, I Gde Wiratha said that Bali businessmen had decided to join hands to launch the campaign aimed at assuring world travelers that Bali was safe. The “Bali for the World” program was jointly set up by Bali Tourism Board, the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) and the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI), the program scheduled to be launched on December 15 this year, consists of hundreds of international events, including golf and jetski tournaments, art and cultural exhibitions, food festivals and the New Year’s countdown, the event will run until the end of 2003.
SINGAPOREAN TRAVEL AGENCIES ARRANGE BALI HOLIDAYS WITH SPECIAL RATES : A number of travel bureaus in Singapore have reportedly arranged special-rate holidaying in Bali in the wake of the Oct 12 bombing. Head of the Bali provincial tourism office, I Gde Pitana said that special rate, with discounts of up to 60 percent, was applicable for two weeks, from Nov 20 to Dec 4, 2002. Pitana made statement in a meeting with 18 travel agencies and three airlines companies from Singapore.
SIA LAUNCHES BALI RECOVERY PROGRAM : Singapore Airlines (SIA) said it would offer discount packages for all flights to Bali under a recovery program, it hoped would lift sagging passenger volume since the Oct. 12 bombing on the island. SIA vice president of marketing and the regions, Huang Cheng Eng said it would cooperate with the I Indonesian government to help restore Bali’s tarnished image. The airlines further added that it would also work with the local Bali travel industry in planning events and visits to the island.


CALENDER OF EXHIBITIONS 2003


Organized by : PT. DEBINDO MULTI ADHISWASTI

Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam III No. 1, Jakarta 12820 – Indonesia

Tel : (62-21)8298004,8309716,8310656 Fax : (62-21)8313073,8292655

E-mail : debindo@cbn.net.id Homepage : http://www.debindo.com




NO

DATE

EVENT DETAILS

VENUE

1.

MAR 1-9

THE 4TH FURNITURE INDONESIA 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

2.

MAR 5-9

THE 4TH INDONESIA EXPO 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

3.

MAR 29-APR 6

THE 9TH IDEAL FURNITRUE & INTERIOR EXPO 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

4.

APR 19-27

THE 16TH REAL ESTATE EXPO 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

5.

APR 23-27

THE 1ST NEO BUILD TECHNO SHOW & CONFERENCE

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

6.

JUN 7-15

THE 2ND INTERIOR FURNISHING 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

7.

JUN 21-29

THE 16TH HOUSING INDONESIA 2003

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

8.

AUG 2-10

JABEX 2003 & PRJB 2003

(The 4th West Java Expo 2003 & The 2nd West Java Fair 2003)



IPTN BANDUNG

9.

AUG 28-31

JIF 2003 (The 1st Jakarta Int’l Investment Forum & Global Resource Exhibition 2003)

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

10.

SEP 6-14

THE 8TH INDONESIA FURNITURE SHOW

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

11.

OCT 22-25

IICEC 2003

(The 2nd Indonesia Int’l Chemical Exhibition & Conference 2003)



JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE



CALENDER OF EXHIBITIONS 2003


Organized by : PT. PAMERINDO BUANA ABADI

Deutsche Bank Building, 13th Floor, Jl. Imam Bonjol 80


Jakarta 10310, Indonesia

Tel : (62-21) 316 2001, Fax : (62-21) 316 1981/2



E-mail : pamindo@rad.net.id


NO

DATE

EVENT DETAILS

VENUE

1.

APR 2-5

FOOD & HOTEL INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

2.

MAY 22-24

OIL & GAS TECHNOLOGY INDONESIA

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

3.

MAY 22-24

GAS INDONESIA

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

4.

MAY 22-24

MARINE INDONESIA

JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTRE

5.

SEP 3-6

CONSTRUCTION INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

6.

SEP 3-6

BUILDING INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

7.

SEP 3-6

MARBLE & GRANITE INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

8.

SEP 3-6

CONCRETE INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

9.

SEP 3-6

CERAMICS & SANITARYWARE INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

10.

SEP 3-6

BUILDING SECURITY INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

11.

SEP 3-6

CLEANING & MAINTENANCE INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

12.

SEP 3-6

AIRCON INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

13.

SEP 3-6

TRUCK INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

14.

SEP 3-6

FLOORING & WALL COVERINGS INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

15.

OCT 1-4

MINING INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

16.

OCT 1-4

ELECTRIC INDONESIA SERIES

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

17.

OCT 1-4

POWER INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

18.

OCT 1-4

ELENEX INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

19.

OCT 1-4

RENEWABLE ENERGY INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

20.

DEC 10-13

MANUFACTURING INDONESIA SERIES

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

21.

DEC 10-13

MACHINE TOOL INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

22.

DEC 10-13

ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

23.

DEC 10-13

AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

24.

DEC 10-13

VEHICLE MANUFACTURING & COMPONENTS INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

25.

DEC 10-13

MATERIALS HANDLING INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

26.

DEC 10-13

PROPAK INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

27.

DEC 10-13

PLASTICS & RUBBER INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

28.

DEC 10-13

PRINTING INDONESIA

JAKARTA INT’L EXHIBITION CENTRE

INDONESIAN TRADE & INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS

ASSOCIATION AUTOMOTIVE PART AND COMPONENT INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION

GABUNGAN INDUSTRI ALAT-ALAT MOBIL DAN MOTOR (GIAMM)

RUKO BLOK D-1 NO. 19, TAMAN PALEM LESTARI,

JL. LINGKAR LUAR BARAT, CENGKERENG, JAKARTA BARAT

TEL : (62-21)5560763-5 FAX : (62-21)5560763


INDONESIAN LEATHER ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI PENGRAJIN KULIT INDONESIA

JL. TAMAN HIDAYAH NO 19, JAKARTA PUSAT, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)5738484 FAX : (62-21)5721445


INDONESIAN TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI PERUSAHAAN NASIONAL TELEKOMUNIKASI

(APNATEL)

GRAHA CITRA CARAKA, GEDUNG PT. TELKOM

JL. JEND. GATOT SUBROTO KAV.52, JAKARTA SELATAN

TEL : (62-21)5215293 FAX : (62-21)5215293,5260200


INDONESIAN FERTILIZER PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI PRODUSEN PUPUK INDONESIA (APPI)

PUSRI BUILDING, 6TH FLOOR, PULOMAS

JAKARTA TIMUR, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)5484057 FAX : (62-21)5483313

E-MAIL : appi@pasific.net.id


INDONESIA CEMENT ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI SEMEN INDONESIA (ASI)

GRAHA IRAMA BLDG, 1TH FLOOR

JL. H.R. RASUNA SAID BLOK X-1, KAV 1 & 2

KUNINGAN, JAKARTA SELATAN, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)5261105,5261106 FAX : (62-21)5261107,5261108

E-MAIL : info@asi.or.id
INDONESIAN CERAMIC INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI ANEKA KERAMIK INDONESIA (ASAKI)

KOMP. GRAND ANCOL CENTRE

JL. R.E. MARTADINATA NO.1 BLOCK C.17,JAKARTA 14430

TEL : (62-21)6910813-4,6910411 FAX : (62-21)6910815
THE INORGANIC BASIC CHEMICAL ASSOCIATION

ASOSIASI KIMIA DASAR ANORGANIK INDONESIA (AKIDA)

JL. TANAH ABANG III/16, JAKARTA 10160, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)3446459,3446645 FAX : (62-21)3841994


ASSOCIATION OF ALL INDONESIAN NATIONAL IMPORTERS

GABUNGAN IMPORTIR NASIONAL SELURUH INDONESIA (GINSI)

JL. RAYA PASAR MINGGU NO 45, JAKARTA SELATAN

TEL : (62-21)79198986-8 FAX : (62-21)7900808


ASSOCIAITON OF INDONESIAN RUBBER PRODUCERS

GABUNGAN PRODUSEN KARET INDONESIA (GAPKINDO)

JL. CIDENG BARAT NO 62 A, JAKARTA PUSAT, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)3846813,3501510 FAX : (62-21)3846831

E-MAIL : paretind@mega.net.id
ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIAN COAL INDUSTRIES

ASOSIASI BATU BARA INDONESIA (ABBI)

GEOLOGY BUILDING, JL. SUPOMO SH NO 10,

JAKARTA 12870, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)8303632 FAX : (62-21)8303632,8310453
ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIAN FERTILIZER PRODUCERS

ASOSIASI NIAGA PUPUK INDONESIA (ANPI)

JL. DR. SAHARDJO NO 52, JAKARTA SELATAN, INDONESIA

TEL : (62-21)8311184 FAX ; (62-21)8311185


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Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest festival held every year in Maharashtra. The Ganesh itself that makes this festival a mammoth one. A journey to ancient Hindu-influenced parts of this world which almost all of them reside in Southeast Asia reveals the fact. Just like in Cambodia, Vietnam, and some other Southeast Asian countries, hinduism was a big part of the beliefs of Indonesians. Decrepit and remnants of more than 300 years (some are more than 1000 years) aged temples found and excavated in Indonesia there located prominent Ganesh statues. Most of them are still intact and preserved in museum and some are still on their places where they were put more than one hundred decades ago.

There are at least more than 15 spots all over Indonesia where Ganesh statue were found. Below are the sites.

  1. Bara Temple, Tuliskaiyo village, Blitar Regency, East Java. Built in 1239. An immense statue of three meters height Ganesha.



2. Ratu Boko, few kilometers from Prambanan Temple. There is unfinished statue of Ganesha. Built in 9th Century.



3. Penataran Temple. The dated temple. is engraved on the lintel of the door western side. In the cellar there is a statue of Ganesha. Earliest inscription reveals year 1197 (12th Century).



4.Museum Nasional,

Jakarta. One of its huge

collections is Ganesh

statue found in Banon

Temple, Magelang, Central

Java. 8th Century



5. Lorojongrang or Prambanan Temple. This magnificent Shivaite temple derives it name from the village where it is located. Locally known as the Loro Jongrang Temple, or the Temple of the "Slender Virgin", it is the biggest and most beautiful Hindu temple in Indonesia. Built in 9th Century.



6.Balaputradewa Museum, Palembang, West Sumatera.

One of its collections is statue of Ganesha dated back

from Sriwijaya Kingdom (7th - 13th Century)



7. Sambisari Temple - Jogyakarta.

A statue of Ganesha is on the East side of the temple. Built in 9th Century.





Article on Ancient Ganesha in Indonesia will continue in next issue …..

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