Both Italy and Indonesia are G20 members and do not show any animosity or post-colonial resentment. Their economies are complementary and mutual trade and investment are growing consistently.
Slightly more than 50 years from its independence, Singapore represents undoubtedly a success story. This is confirmed by several economic and social indicators, as well as by the GDP’s growth and the quality of life. The City-State moved on a hard path, studded with dramatic passages. Still, the country was able to maintain its independence and to build its prosperity.
Italy-ASEAN Association, jointly with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Pwc, published a practical handbook to help business in using the tools offered by financial multilateral institutions in Asia. Here’s the link to the italian version of the handbook: https://www.pwc.com/it/it/publications/assets/docs/pwc-asian-development-bank.pdf
Born in 2015, the Association has an ambitious vision: to provide Italy and its “country system” with a tool to understand and work with south-east Asia. The rise of the ASEAN in the globalized arena is an opportunity for Italy to widen the number of its country partners. The Association is open to participation by … Continued
The book “Italy and Indonesia: islands, peninsulas, archipelagos” (ed. AREL – il Mulino), by Professor Orlandi, has been presented in front of the Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi and companies and representatives of Italian institutions and universities.
The Italy-ASEAN Association presented its activities at the italian business and institutional community in Bruxelles
President of Associazione Itaila-ASEAN meets the European Commissioner for Trade
Enrico Letta (Chairman, Associazione Italia-ASEAN)