The President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, has left a message to the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, that there are more opportunities for Indonesian vehicles to be exported to Australia.
The revelation came after Jokowi recently received the visit of the Australian Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, at Bogor Palace in West Java.
“The first exports of CBU (Completely Built-up) cars manufactured in Australia from Indonesia began last February. I expect that this way, access to the export of Indonesian products of high added value to Australia will also be wide open.” The State of State has verified Jokowi’s account on the Instagram media page.
In addition to bilateral cooperation in the economic field, President Jokowi said, he also encouraged the implementation of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), specifically working holiday visa quotas for Indonesian nationals to work in Australia. in increasing.
Earlier, last February, PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia or PT TMMIN made the first export of the Toyota Fortuner to Australia. The export release was led by President Joko Widodo at KIIC Industrial Estate, Karawang and the number of products reached 2 million units.
In his remarks, as quoted by sura.com from the website of the Cabinet Secretariat or Secretariat of the Republic of Indonesia, President Joko Widodo expressed his great appreciation and appreciation for the Fortuner manufactured by PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing for its first export. Australia.
“This product is manufactured by Indonesian Human Resources, who have very good aptitude for export products,” he explained.
It was also added that an export product would compete with other products from car producing countries.
“So not only in the market, but in the competition. And consumers will choose whether our products have quality, good aptitude to use. This proves that Indonesian human resources have good competency in the production of cars. Very thorough, Be very careful, very careful as it concerns the safety of the people,” President Joko Widodo said.