Indonesia's export value to Africa reached NT $336 billion annually from 2010 to 2014. About the African economy, it is positive. Indonesia is ready to encourage Africans to purchase more Indonesian food and make a huge profit.
Indonesia wants to use food to strike the markets in Africa. The picture shows instant noodles from the Complete Indomie Variant Indofood Company of Indonesia. Nigerian hawkers are going to stir-fry the instant noodles and add a range of rich ingredients for customer sale.
Indonesian food is sold in Africa
The Jakarta Post announced that the Indonesian government will further expand Indonesia's trade partnership with African countries, assist Indonesian food companies that currently set up factories in Africa and earn money from Africans.
Salman went on to cite Indonesia's Indofood as an example. Indofoo had previously noticed the potential of Africa. The market has successively set up instant noodle factories in Nigeria, Kenya, and Morocco. The first factories established in Nigeria have achieved great success. The instant noodles of Indoor are also very popular among locals.
Healthy kids enjoy instant noodles
The instant noodles purchased in Africa are twice the size Indonesia has.
Salman went on to say that in order to improve trade ties between Indonesia and Africa, on behalf of Indonesia, it would export more raw food to help factories in Africa, since African instant noodles are bought by Africans every day.
According to Salman's statistics, the value of Indonesia's exports to Africa exceeded 10 billion US dollars per year (about 336 billion Taiwan dollars) from 2010 to 2014. The export value to Nigeria and South Africa, among them, grew more rapidly. Each year it grows by more than 10 percent.
Salman further pointed out that Indonesia's economic growth slowed in 2015 due to the decline in global trade activities, but trade between Indonesia and Africa has risen considerably, and the African market should be taken seriously. He said: "We will increase our products that have been exported to Africa and will continue to encourage growth.
The Indonesian Minister of Foreign Affairs claims Indonesia should take the African market seriously.
Inviting Taiwan to invest in
the recent economic downturn in China would eventually impact Indonesia, an important trading partner for China. Regional economists also urge the government to pursue potential new markets, in addition to concentrating on the African economy. It suggested Eastern Europe, Latin America, and other locations.
Between them, the Bank of Central Asia's chief economist, David Samual, urged the Indonesian government to produce more value-added goods, such as electronic devices and invited advanced technology from Taiwan and South Korea to invest in Indonesia and then export electronic products to Africa.