The Australia Indonesia Centre has been a key contributor to the federal government’s Blueprint for Trade and Investment with Indonesia, a document that identifies opportunities across education as well as areas such as agriculture and health.
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As it was for so many organisations with an international remit, 2020 was an extraordinarily difficult year for ACICIS. The global COVID-19 pandemic brought six-years of rapid, New Colombo Plan-fuelled growth in the number of Australian students studying in Indonesia through ACICIS each year to a hard stop almost overnight.
Australian early stage investment vehicle HEAL Partners has made a further play into Indonesian telehealth start-up Halodoc as part of a $US80 Read more
India and Indonesia have emerged as key beneficiaries of a Chinese ban on Australia’s coal exports which is expected to further shift Read more
The survey exposes the limited impact of Australia’s soft-power efforts in Indonesia and signals the need for a strategic reassessment of our Read more
The US will not grant China any improvement in relations until Beijing stops its economic coercion of Australia, according to President Biden’s new Indo-Pacific co-ordinator.
As American electric vehicle maker Tesla eyes up a hefty investment in Indonesia, concerns are growing over the potential environmental consequences of a nickel mining rush.
Indonesia’s top diplomat has defended the inevitability of keeping all channels of communication open in seeking solutions to the political crisis that has split Myanmar, insisting that it is an important step…
Australia’s new policy is to ‘shape’ our strategic environment. It’s ironic that as Canberra embraces shaping, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has quietly dropped its review of Australia’s soft power.
After a year of bushfires, floods, and drought, the Australian agricultural industry is on the road to recovery. One of the countries that will play a major role in helping heal this industry is Australia’s biggest neighbour, Indonesia.
Indonesia will temporarily remove a luxury tax on sales of some cars to bolster its automotive industry, which has been badly hit by mobility restrictions to contain the coronavirus epidemic, its economic ministry said.