What is the TCF?
The EU-Indonesia Trade Cooperation Facility (TCF) is a four-year project which began in 2013, aimed at strengthening the capacity of government institutions to improve the climate for trade and investment in Indonesia and contribute to the country’s long-term sustainable economic development.
How does TCF work?
The project is structured around six components seen as vital to improving Indonesia’s international trade performance. Follow the links below to find out more about what these components cover, progress so far and activities planned for 2016, the last year of the project.
Who is benefiting from TCF?
The long-term sustainable growth of Indonesia’s economy will support the country’s business community and, in consequence, the population as a whole. Activities under the project are demand-driven, designed to meet the needs of those ministries and government agencies that have a direct impact on Indonesia’s trade and investment climate – click here for more information on these Implementing Agencies.
Who is delivering TCF?
The EU-Indonesia TCF is funded by the European Union and is being implemented by an international consortium of consultancy companies headed by GOPA Consultants, a prominent German international development group. Click here for more details about TCF’s technical assistance partners.
Day to day delivery in Indonesia is in the experienced hands of a highly skilled technical assistance team, headed by Team Leader Joe Miller. Follow this link to learn more about this team.
Follow the link below to download a copy of our new brochure describing the TCF project in Bahasa and English.
Follow the link below to download a copy of the EU Desk at BKPM brochure describing the activities the EU Desk at BKPM is conducting. The brochure is in English.