Smart Community 2013 in Indonesia

 Southeast Asian countries in ASEAN have been enjoying remarkable economic growth over the last few years, and this is especially true of Indonesia, where steady growth is attracting plenty of interest.

 The year 2013 marks the 55th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Japan, and to celebrate this fact the Japanese government and private sector are joining to demonstrate Japan’s place in the world, at an exhibition entitled Smart Community 2013 in Indonesia: Industrial Exchange Exhibition for Better Living. The exhibition will be held for four days from December 19 to 22, 2013 at the Jakarta Indonesia Expo (JI Expo) in Kemayoran, Jakarta, to present technologies and ideas that can contribute to Indonesia’s further development.

 Japan Overseas Rolling Stock Association (JORSA) will join with two member companies to present Japan’s superlative high-speed railway systems at the Shinkansen World kiosk and to reach out effectively to a large number of people.

 JORSA believes that a wide range of exchange activities with Japan, of a technical, economic and cultural nature, can assist Indonesia in achieving further economic development while conserving its magnificent natural environment. We sincerely hope you will attend the exhibition.

Smart Community 2013 in Indonesia



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