Royal couple to help boost Danish business in Indonesia

Denmark working hard to increase its presence in the world’s fourth largest nation

Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik will team up with a Danish business delegation for a trip to Indonesia in October to help boost Danish business in an important growth market.

With just over 250 million inhabitants, Indonesia has developed into an exciting growth market for Danish companies over the past decade, but at the moment the fourth-biggest country in the world ranks just 62nd in Danish export markets.

The Danish delegation will be in Indonesia from October 21-24 and will give the Danish business sector an opportunity to show off Danish technology and solutions that can contribute to further growth in the nation.

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Four key arenas
The program (here in English) for the delegation will focus on four key sector areas, all among the Indonesian government’s central priorities.

Maritime – Shipping, ports, shipyards, maritime technology and services, fishing and national security

Urban and cleantech solutions – Cleantech, sustainable energy, energy efficiency, water, waste handling, architecture and construction

Agri-business – food product processing, agriculture machinery, food product supply and safety, dam building, aqua culture and food and drink products

Design and lifestyle – Lifestyle design, furniture, interior design, fashion, jewellery and creative design