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Indonesia is an important market for businesses in the UK. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office describes the bilateral relations between the UK and Indonesia as ‘strong’, and recently a Partnership Forum was set up ‘to promote strategic dialogue on bilateral, multilateral and global issues’.[1]  Trade relations between the UK and Indonesia are described as ‘healthy’, with UK exports to Indonesia in excess of £ 289 million in 2007.[2]  Indonesia is one of seventeen designated UK Trade & Investment High Growth Markets, indicating its importance for the UK.[3]

 

Indonesia Specialist provides your company with the knowledge and language skills to keep the communication between you and your Indonesian business partner smooth, transparent, and respectful. Our consultants will be able to assist you with all your translation and consultancy requests, as well as with other business needs such as on-location translation and interpreting requests. 


Indonesia Specialist provides your company with bespoke consultancy and translation solutions. We offer corporate packages tailored to your business needs and organize online and ‘live’ corporate language and acculturation courses (offline courses are held in London and Kent, UK, only). We have recently introduced tailor-made online language courses, which can be organized at a time that suits your company and your employee best. For more information on our online language courses, please click here or contact us at info@indonesia-specialist.co.uk.


1 http:// www.fco.gov.uk/en/about-the-fco/country-profiles/asia-oceania/indonesia?profile=intRelations&pg=4

[2]https://www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk/ukti/appmanager/ukti/countries?_nfls=false&_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=CountryType1&navigationPageId=/indonesia

[3]https://www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk/ukti/appmanager/ukti/countries?_nfls=false&_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=CountryType1&navigationPageId=/indonesia




A woman draws wax dots and lines on a piece of fabric using a metal cup and tiny spout (canting). The fabric is then dyed, whereby the wax pattern will not be coloured. Indonesia is one of the largest producers of batik in the world.


* Copyright photos: Wijnand Loven (www.lovoto.nl).

  

 ** Indonesia Specialist is managed by Polaris Global Solutions Ltd. Polaris Global Solutions Ltd is registered in England & Wales under no. 6668612.