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Sri Mulyani Calls on Ambassadors to Promote Indonesia  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Finance Minister Sri Mulyani has called on Indonesian ambassadors and representatives abroad to improve the image of Indonesia in the international eyes. Sri Mulyani stated that Indonesia has served many roles that are not exposed yet.

"We’re known everywhere, but quite invisible. This is based on my experience while working at the World Bank," she said when speaking at the Indonesian Representative Heads meeting at the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Jakarta, on Thursday, February 15, 2018. 

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One way to promote Indonesia, Sri Mulyani added, is to join in international forums. The former World Bank Executive Director said Indonesia must be more than a member.

President Joko Widodo or Jokowi earlier had the same request. As one of the G20 members, Jokowi asked Indonesia not to be inferior in the international event.

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"If we are still being inferior, we won’t be great [country] in international summit or conference," he said when opening the Indonesian ambassadors meeting on February 12, 2018.

Speaking before Indonesian ambassadors and representatives, Sri Mulyani also stated that Indonesia currently needs capital and marketing from the international world. She asked Indonesia representatives to pursue investment opportunities from other countries, especially ones with capital surplus.


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