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Purbalingga Deputy Regent H Sudono inaugurated the Fatayat Nahdlatul 'Ulama (NU) Purbalingga Branch Leadership Community (BLK) building in Sokawera Village, Padamara District. The inauguration was marked by cutting the ribbon and cutting the cone which also coincided with the 17th Harlah Fatayat NU. The head of the Fatayat NU Purbalingga PC Community BLK, Imron Wahyudin, revealed that this BLK will officially operate in July 2022, currently waiting for equipment. The training provided is in the form of fashion and textile design skills.

 

Indonesia and India will strengthen their trade relations with the trade target of the two countries reaching US$50 billion by 2025. Deputy Minister of Trade Jerry Sambuaga said that India has long been an important trading partner for Indonesia. The two countries are committed to jointly increasing bilateral trade and investment. This was conveyed at a meeting with a number of Indian business actors in Indonesia which was held at The Langham Hotel, Jakarta some time ago. "It is hoped that both countries can undergo economic recovery and become stronger," said Jerry in a written statement, Monday (16/5/2022).

 

Deputy Minister of Trade (Wamendag) Jerry Sambuaga held a meeting with Indian businesses in Indonesia by attending The Langham Hotel, Jakarta, Tuesday (10/5). This step is expected to increase the trade value between the two countries to USD 50 billion. "This meeting is in line with the target of the leaders of the two countries to increase the value of Indonesia-India trade to USD 50 billion by 2025. It is hoped that the two countries can undergo economic recovery and become stronger," said Deputy Minister of Trade Jerry, Saturday (24/5/2022).