Indonesian President Joko Widodo has signed an agreement to open the foreign exchange university at the Indonesian Academy of International Economics (AIIE) in Jakarta, which will offer an education in the theory and practice of foreign exchange.
The new institution is expected to open in 2018.
Joko told the Jakarta Post that he is confident that the foreign investment will bring the economy and foreign exchange to new heights, and will make Indonesia a leader in the field of international investment.
The president has signed the agreement with the AIIE president and CEO, the president of the Indonesian Development Bank (BANK) and other senior Indonesian officials.
The AIIe will be responsible for the establishment of the university and its operations, which it will conduct with the cooperation of its foreign exchange board.
The university is expected a focus for investment.
Jakarta Governor Abdul Aziz al-Jasiri said that the institution will provide students with an education that will help them grow in the international arena.
The Indonesian economy is currently the second largest in the world behind only the US.
It is also the second-largest in the region behind the Philippines, with Indonesia accounting for a third of the region’s GDP.
The foreign exchange institute will serve as a model for other countries that are developing their own institutions of international economics.
Indonesian President Yudhoyono says that Indonesia has long had strong ties with China, and that Indonesia will remain in close contact with China.
Jokowi said that his country has always been close to China.
He also said that Jakarta will be a key international player, and said that Indonesia’s economic and political ties with other countries will be strengthened.
Indonesian foreign minister Jusuf Kalla has been promoting a “One Belt, One Road” initiative that will bring economic and military cooperation between the two countries.
JK will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Jakarta in March, and Jokowe will attend the opening of the new Indonesian foreign exchange institution.
Indonesia’s foreign ministry said in a statement that Jokore’s visit will “strengthen ties between our countries and promote the development of bilateral cooperation.”
The Indonesian Foreign Ministry also announced that it will hold the annual meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIKIB), the body that supervises foreign investment.
It said that this year, Jokose will visit the AIKIB’s regional headquarters in Jakarta and attend the annual AIIEA conference.
Indonesia is also hosting the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Vietnam next month.
The Indonesian Foreign Minister also visited Vietnam and Malaysia last week, where he signed an accord with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to build a railway to China from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.