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APEC CEO Summit 2013 Bali October 5 - 7, 2013

October the 7th. 2013

 The aim of the Summit is to create a unique platform to discuss the future of the Asia-Pacific and to contribute to achieving sustainable inclusive growth globally. As a key stakeholder in our future, I invite you to join us to work together towards a more resilient world and to build bridges to growth to create more opportunities for trade and investment for the benefit of the people in our economies.

The Summit program will be exceptional and will include the Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Asia-Pacific -- some of whom are new, CEOs of global corporations, as well as thought leaders in a dynamic interactive format. Through the discussions on stage, and through the high quality networking, we want to ensure that you will gain the latest insight and perspectives on the issues that matter most to your business and the region
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October the 6th. 2013



Keynote Speech at The APEC CEO Summit 2013

 KEYNOTE SPEECH
DR. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
AT THE APEC CEO SUMMIT 2013
BALI INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER
SUNDAY, 6 OCTOBER 2013


“The world is looking to APEC as the engine for global growth because the Asia Pacific region has demonstrated its resilience in the wake of the most recent financial crisis” President Yudhoyono at the APEC CEO Summit 2012 Vladivostok.


APEC 2012 CEO Summit:Address of His Excellency Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia from National Center for APEC on Vimeo.

 KEYNOTE SPEECH BY H.E. DR. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA AT THE APEC CEO SUMMIT 2012 "RESILIENT ASIA-PACIFIC: ENGINE OF GLOBAL GROWTH" VLADIVOSTOK, 8 SEPTEMBER 2012 [13:25 - 13:45]

Bismillahirrohmaanirrohiim,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
and distinguished captains of industries,
I am pleased to be here in this august forum, and speak once again before the business leaders of the Asia Pacific region.  All of you from the private sector are our important partners in achieving regional economic integration and greater prosperity.
            I wish to thank President Vladimir Putin and the Russian government for the excellent arrangements made for this APEC Summit.  I have been touched by the warmth of the Russian people during my stay here. 

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   Welcome to APEC Indonesia 2013 in Bali










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APEC 2013 Leaders Week Schedule: The 2013 Economic Leaders' Week is scheduled for October 1-8 in Bali, Indonesia. The APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting will be held October 7 - 8 in Nusa Dua, Bali. The APEC CEO Summit 2013 will be held October 5 - 7.

The Government of Indonesia had originally planned to build a state-of-the-art convention and exhibition center, luxurious villas for Leaders, and five-star hotels for the delegates at the new high security Bali International Park. This ambitious project was cancelled after massive environmental protests. The 2013 Leaders Week activities will be held instead at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center and the Westin Resort’s Bali International Convention Center.

Resilient Asia -Pacific
Engine of Global growth

The APEC CEO Summit is the premier business event in the Asia-Pacific. The Summit’s theme of ‘Towards Resilience and Growth: Reshaping Priorities for Global Economy’ will provide enriching discussion by policy makers, business leaders and innovative thinkers on securing inclusive sustainable growth and achieving the aim of shared development and common prosperity for all.
The Summit program will be exceptional and will include the Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Asia Pacific, some of whom are new, CEOs of global corporations and thought leaders in a dynamic interactive format. Through the discussions on stage, and through the high quality networking, delegates will gain the latest and perspective on the issues that matter most to your business and the region. President Yudhoyono looks forward to welcoming the business community and showcasing the warm hospitality of Bali and Indonesia. The Summit takes place almost 20 years on from the Bogor Goals, in a world of increasing uncertainty, yet at a time when emerging Indonesia enjoys unprecedented economic and political stability. Focusing on opportunities, over 1,000 delegates will hear first-hand, and deliberate with, the decision makers that shape the future of the Asia-Pacific.










Welcome message from the APEC CEO Summit Chair

Wishnu Wardhana, APEC CEO Summit 2013 Chair

 Dear Leaders,


Salam sejahtera from Indonesia.
On behalf of the Indonesian business community, I respectfully invite you to attend the APEC CEO Summit 2013 on 5-7 October in Bali, one of the world’s most beautiful islands. Indonesia is delighted to be hosting APEC once again, at a time when the global economy is at a pivotal juncture, almost 20 years on from the Bogor Goals when the leaders of Asia-Pacific first envisioned free and open trade and investment.


The aim of the Summit is to create a unique platform to discuss the future of the Asia-Pacific and to contribute to achieving sustainable inclusive growth globally. As a key stakeholder in our future, I invite you to join us to work together towards a more resilient world and to build bridges to growth to create more opportunities for trade and investment for the benefit of the people in our economies.

The Summit program will be exceptional and will include the Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Asia-Pacific – some of whom are new, CEOs of global corporations, as well as thought leaders in a dynamic interactive format. Through the discussions on stage, and through the high quality networking, we want to ensure that you will gain the latest insight and perspectives on the issues that matter most to your business and the region.

I am confident that with your support, we can reshape our future to make our economies more resilient and fully open for business. At the same time, there is no better chance to discover emerging Indonesia – projected to be the 7th largest economy in the world in the next 20 years – while enjoying the beauty and serenity of Bali.

I look forward to welcoming you to the Summit. Selamat datang to Indonesia.

Yours sincerely, Wishnu Wardhana
APEC CEO Summit 2013 Chair

 APEC 2013 in Bali Indonesia

Official APEC Indonesia 2013 Schedule

APEC meetings will be held in multiple locations in Indonesia throughout 2013:

SOM 2 in Surabaya, 6-19 April 2013
SOM 3 in Medan, 22 June – 6 July 2013
Ministers Responsible for Trade (MRT) in Surabaya, 20-21 April 2013
Small and Medium Enterprises Ministerial Meeting (SMEMM) in Bali, 7 September 2013
High Level Policy Dialogue on Women and the Economy in Bali, 7 September 2013
Joint Ministerial Level Meeting on Women and SME in Bali, 7 September 2013
Finance Ministers’ Meeting (FMM) in Bali, 20 September 2013

APEC Economic Leaders’ Week in Bali, 1-8 October 2013:


                1 - 8 Oct 2013   APEC Economic Leaders' Week and Related Meetings  Bali, Indonesia
                1 - 2 Oct 2013  High Level Dialogue on Travel Facilitation       Bali, Indonesia  TWG     
1 - 8 Oct 2013   APEC Economic Leaders' Week and Related Meetings    Bali, Indonesia
2 - 5 Oct 2013     Fourth APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) Meeting  Bali, Indonesia  ABAC
Pre-CEO Summit Conference: Invest Indonesia, Bali - 5 October 2013
The “Pre-CEO Summit Conference: Invest Indonesia” is a high-level business conference organised by Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board, which mainly aims to promote Indonesia as a favourable investment destination. The conference will be held back-to-back with the APEC CEO Summit 2013 in Bali.
The “Pre-CEO Summit Conference: Invest Indonesia” is proud to have Prof. Dr. Nouriel Roubini, a prominent world economist, as our main speaker to present his views on the current economic condition and future economic performances of Indonesia, India and China, as well as their roles to the global economy. Prof Roubini’s session will be followed by a Plenary Session themed “Experiencing Indonesia” which will focus on Indonesia’s economic performances, primarily touch upon the progress made by Indonesia in policy-making, including presenting the views from business executives, and to attract investment. The forum will also have a session of Market Sounding of Infrastructure Project which presents ready-to-offer projects that are open for investors, followed by Project Consultation on Infrastructure. During the conference, Exhibition of investment potentials and a Consultation Desk will be available.
We cordially invite business leaders, business associations, large companies, as well as existing and potential investors in infrastructure projects to participate. We also invite the heads of regional investment agencies across the country to facilitate any enquiries or consultation on investment in Indonesia.

PRE–CEO  SUMMIT CONFERENCE: INVEST INDONESIA 
KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY CHAIRMAN OF INDONESIA INVESTMENT COORDINATING BOARD MAIN SPEAKER:
PROF DR NOURIEL ROUBINI  
"PRESENT AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF INDONESIA ,INDIA  AND CHINA"
 
    Concluding SOM (CSOM), 1-2 October 2013 APEC Ministerial Meeting (AMM), 4-5 October 2013
APEC CEO Summit, 5-7 October 2013
ABAC Dialogue with Leaders, 7 October 2013
APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting , 7-8 October 2013
 APEC Summit 2013 Leaders and Countries List
There are 21 APEC member economies:   Australia: Prime Minister Kevin Rudd; Brunei: Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah; Canada: Prime Minister Stephen Harper; Chile: President Sebastián Piñera; China: President Xi Jinping; Hong Kong: Chief Executive CY Leung; Indonesia: President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono; Japan: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe; Malaysia: Prime Minister Najib Razak; Mexico: President Felipe Calderón; New Zealand: Prime Minister John Key; Papua New Guinea: Prime Minister Peter O'Neill; Peru: President Ollanta Humala; Philippines: President Benigno Aquino III; Russia: President Vladimir Putin; Singapore: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong; South Korea: President Park Geun-hye; Thailand: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra; Taiwan: Honorary Chairman Lien Chan; Vietnam: President Truong Tan Sang; and the United States: President Barack Obama. 
TOWARDS R ESILIENCE AND GROWTH : RESHAPING P RIORITIES FOR G LOBAL ECONOMY

Rest assured APEC Indonesia 2013 participants will neither be wiretapped nor bugged says Indonesian State Intelligence agency 

Head of the State Intelligence Agency, Marciano Norman, issued an assurance on Monday, July 29, 2013  that the government would not have the private communications of heads of state tapped while they are attending the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Bali in October 2013.
"When the APEC meetings are taking place in Bali , we must give them assurance that never will such wiretapping occur in Indonesia " Marciano Norman said at the Presidential Palace Jakarta on Monday. 
 BIN: Peserta KTT APEC 2013 di Bali Tak Disadap

Asia-Pacific Business Leaders To Urge APEC Economies to Adapt to New Business Realities in Promoting Regional Economic Integration

Issued by the APEC Business Advisory Council
Amidst continuing uncertainty in the global economy, business leaders of the Asia-Pacific region urge APEC economies to stay the course in deepening regional economic integration as the means to promote resilience and sustained economic growth and recovery in the region even while adapting to new business realities.

This was the focus of the 3rd meeting of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) held in Kyoto where businesspeople prepared their recommendations for APEC Leaders to address current regional economic concerns.

“Regional economic integration provides the means to deliver APEC’s hopes for economic recovery and sustained growth, job creation and financial stability”, said Wishnu Wardhana, ABAC Chair for 2013. “APEC should pursue an ambitious agenda that encompasses more open trade and investment, not only in goods but in services as well, enhanced connectivity including hard and soft infrastructure, and deeper and integrated financial markets.”

To better achieve these goals, Wardhana said that APEC economies should take into account the evolving ways that governments and businesses operate. Global value networks and supply chains are the predominant business models in which APEC economies lead the world.

“Direct government involvement in the markets has been gradually decreasing while at the same time, the outsourcing of traditional public services including the provision of hard and soft infrastructure has been increasing exponentially,” he explained. “These circumstances have led us to recommend that specific actions be taken to support this development, which has created greater efficiency, generated jobs and helped promote inclusivity all across the region.”

ABAC’s recommendations in this regard include substantive and consistent progress in the various pathways leading to the establishment of the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP); the initiation of a new services agenda in recognition of its being a key component of the value chain and which can determine an economy’s competitiveness as a result; and a multi-disciplinary and systematic approach to connectivity that includes the adoption of global data standards and a comprehensive system to infrastructure development in which attracting foreign direct investments is a key element.

“Inclusivity and sustainability are also critical elements to building resilience,” Wardhana continued. “We urge APEC economies to take actions to grow and strengthen small, medium and micro-enterprises and to enhance the participation of women in the economy as part of their inclusivity agenda.

Another development which ABAC believes APEC economies should recognize is the growing synergy between the government and business sector in the planning and delivery of economic benefits to the public. ABAC has been pushing for policy partnerships through dialogues and joint meetings. The public-private policy partnerships on food security promises a way forward to the long-delayed addressing of this critical issue at a comprehensive level. The Asia-Pacific Financial Forum (APFF) which will provide a regional platform for public-private sector collaboration to help accelerate the development of integrated financial markets will shortly be launched. Meanwhile, the Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Partnership (APIP) has held dialogues with six economies with the object of improving the environment for Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in infrastructure financing and development.

Recognizing the need to enhance collaboration with Latin-American Region, ABAC agreed to grant observer status to Colombia at its Regional Economic Integration Working Group (REIWG) meetings.

“We look forward to our meeting with APEC Leaders in Bali to share our views and seek theirs on how to move forward the regional economic integration agenda,” Wardhana concluded.
About ABAC

The APEC Business Advisory Council is the official voice of business in APEC. ABAC brings together business leaders from each of the APEC’s 21 economies who are appointed by their respective heads of government. They have been tasked by APEC Leaders to identify policy priorities and key concerns of the business sector in achieving closer economic cooperation. Pak Wishnu Wardhana, Director of Indika Energy, one of Indonesia’s largest energy companies, is the chair of ABAC 2013.

For more information, please go to www.abaconline.org

Indonesia in APEC

In 1994, Indonesia became the birthplace of the APEC Bogor Goals: liberalized trade and investment by 2010 for industrialized economies and by 2020 for the developing economies. Almost 20 years after, Indonesia has taken significant part in contributing to the development, maintaining the commitment towards the cause.
This year's APEC CEO Summit's theme of "Towards Resilience and Growth: Reshaping Priorities for Global Economy" could not have been more apt as Indonesia again is honored to play host to APEC.
Indonesia bounced back from the 1998 economic crisis to currently become the 16th largest economy and is an emerging and growth-leading economy (EAGLE), with a projected growth to become the 7th largest in 20 years' time.

The Host Economy , Indonesia 
Indonesia at a glance 
 Situated between the Indian and Pacific Ocean, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. Its surface area of 1,905 thousand square kilometers is comprised of more than 17,000 islands, lending Indonesia the nickname of "The Emerald of the Equator".

Indonesia has 34 provinces, with Jakarta as its capital city.


Indonesia's geographic location has blessed it with a rich landscape, from fertile rice lands in Java and Bali to the luxuriant rainforests of Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi, to the savannah grasslands of the Nusa Tenggara islands to snow-capped peaks of West Papua. Indonesia is home to more than 28,000 flora species from tiny rare orchid to giant Raflesia flower. It is also one of the most diverse variants of fauna species, including the endangered orangutans of Sumatera and Borneo, the unique giant lizard of Komodo, the horned Java Rhinoceros and Sumatera tigers.

Currently a dynamic USD 1.1 trillion economy, Indonesia reached an economic growth of 6.5% in 2011—the highest in 15 years. Its Foreign Direct Investment was USD 19.5 billion that same year. Approximately 60% of Indonesia's GDP comes from domestic consumption, cushioning Indonesia from global economic uncertainty. Meanwhile, investment growth has reached 20.53% in 2011.

Opening its doors for trade and investment even wider, Indonesia's regions are grouped into six economic corridors where each is specialized in areas where it has competitive advantages—from natural resources, industrialization and services, mining and energy reserves, agriculture fisheries, plantations, oil and gas, to tourism.


Bali 's Over Water Toll Road, Jalan Bali Mandara,  is ready for APEC SUMMIT 2013  in October and Miss World 2013 in September


Bali 's 12.7 km over water toll road recently built over the sea, which connects the tourist
area Nusa Dua, Benoa and Ngurah Rai Airport, is nearing completion,
and can be used immediately before the APEC 2013 Summit in progress.
The toll road is the first and one-on-one built over the water. APEC 2013
Summit will take place from October 1 to October 8 2013.


The First Bali Toll road Project is officially inaugurated on September23rd. 2013
PT Jasamarga Bali Toll was founded on the 22nd. of  August 2011 by Jasa Marga and seven (State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) to build and operate the Nusa Dua-Ngurah Rai-Benoa Toll,  connecting airport, port, and tourism areas in Nusa Dua, Bali.  The toll road project is one of the priority programs of Central Government in 6 Economic Corridors. In addition to improving Balinese economy development, the toll road is needed to support APEC event, which will be held by Indonesia in October 2013; the toll road will be ready for operation by Quarter 2 2013.
Bali Mandara over the water Toll Road / JDP
Construction type : Elevated (bridge ) above the Ocean at Benoa Bay
   Grade separated intersections:Benoa,Ngurah Rai, Nusa Dua
 
Ir. A Tito Karim, President director of PT Jasa Marga Bali Tol, said that the company was ready to incorporate the administration in the investment. He confirmed that the project would be completed by 2013 before the APEC Summit in October 2013. Part of the toll road was built on 1.5 hectares of mangrove forest, following approval by the Forestry Ministry.

Bali toll road , which is estimated to cost Rp. 2.4 trillion , was originally planned to be constructed  on land on the
island of Bali. Since it was getting a lot of resistance from residents of
Bali and also against the customs and culture of Bali , which
may interrupt the silence of religious activities in Bali. For all
religious activities in Bali are not allowed through under any objects
that are not sacred to the Balinese. Being  appreciative and respectful of
the local wisdom in Bali, the Bali government came up with the bright idea, which was ,to build
a toll road over the sea.
The project that should be undertaken in 18 months could be finalized in 14 months. In Indonesia, JDP is the longest over-water road built by local workers.
, faster than the original plan. This all proves
that the people of Indonesia have adequate capabilities and
technologies for the construction of roads and bridges over the sea.

Bali's Governor stated that he had sent two options of JDP name to the President, Jalan Soekarno-hatta and Jalan Bali Mandara.
According to the former Chief of Bali Police, Jalan Soekarno Hatta is given to commemorate the service of those two Indonesian Independence  proclaimers as the nation has stood up until now because of their effort.
While the name Jalan Bali Mandara, he said, besides it’s the President’s idea, it also has a special meaning to Bali. “Bali Mandara sticks to Balinese name, all people in the world will know Bali and it exists in Bali. Mandara means great, huge and holy,” he said.

The ceremonies were led by 3 Hindu priests: Ida Pedanda Siwa, Ida
Pedanda Budha and Ida Rsi Bujangga.on July 10th. 2013

Leading the rituals was Ida Pedanda Gede Putra Bajing offering prayers
that seeks to maintain balance between opposing forces in the cosmos
and seek the Almighty’s blessing  upon the people of Bali.

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is scheduled to formally inaugurate the
roadway before the road is formally opened to the public on August 14,2013  

The official inauguration of over-water toll road (JDP), connecting Benoa-Ngurah Rai Airport Nusa Dua is suggested to be conducted on the same date as the 55th anniversary of Bali Provincial government on August 14, 2013. Dahlan Iskan, the State Minister of State Owned Enterprises ,also, proposed  the inauguration date to be on August 14 2013 . In the meantime  P.T Jasa Marga Bali has appropriated a budget of Rp 4 billion (USD 400,000) for this inauguration purpose . According to Mangku Pastika, the Bali Governor , it seems that the inauguration date might be delayed until further notice as President Yudhoyono would still have lots of State functions to attend to . 

Eventually the over-water toll road (JDP), connecting Benoa-Ngurah Rai Airport Nusa Dua  was officially inaugurated by President Yudhoyono on September 23rd. 2013 and thereby declared open for public
 
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