Established in 1971, the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (AmCham Indonesia) is currently networking to establish a "Bali Committee."
The goals of AmCham Indonesia are to provide a voice for the opinions and concerns of American business people and those doing business with United States in the areas of trade, commerce, finance, agriculture, and industry. In addition, the Association disseminates useful information among its members, making representations to both the host government and to U.S. policymakers on issues of importance to the U.S. business community.
AmCham Indonesia operates in Indonesia in cooperation with KADIN - the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, headquartered in Jakarta.
On Saturday, July 27, 2002, an informal get-together of potential core Bali committee members was hosted by Palanquin Bali with wines sponsored by Primerbali. At that event, Mr. Arian Ardie, AmCham Indonesia's Second Vice President spoke on the organization and the range of possible activities for Bali members.
A special membership category costing only US$70 per year has been set up for Bali based business people interested in joining the Association. Membership is open to Americans, American businesses and other companies doing business with the United States.
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