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Our Commissioner for ASEAN

Bryce Green A/Investment and Trade Commissioner for ASEAN


Our Locations in the Region


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Indonesia Jakarta

World Trade Centre II, 18th Floor, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 29-31 Jakarta 12920 Indonesia Phone: +62 21 2952 2659


8 Temasek Boulevard #23-05 Suntec Tower Three Singapore 038988 Phone: +65 6836 5626

Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Spaces - Kuala Lumpur, Exchange 106 Level 23, Menara Exchange 106 LingKaran TRX, Tun Razak Exchange Kuala Lumpur, 55188, Malaysia Phone: +60 3 2783 4468 / +60 172 770 499

Vietnam Hanoi

Level 16, TNR Tower 54A Nguyen Chi Thanh, Dong Da District Hanoi Vietnam Phone: +84 912 735 762

Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City

Unit 02-120, Level 2, The Sentry Connect Sonatus Building 15 Le Thanh Ton Ben Nghe Ward, District 1 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam Phone: +84 967 852 228

Philippines Manila

c/o Austrade Manila Level 23 Tower 2, RCBC Plaza Tower 2, 6819 Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1200 Metro Manila The Philippines Phone: +63 2 7902 5520 / +63 917 821 5549

WA and KADIN sign Plan of Action on minerals collaboration

The Western Australian Government has signed a Plan of Action (PoA) with Indonesia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) to support the Memorandum of Understanding on critical minerals that was established in February 2023.

 The PoA was signed by Western Australia’s Premier Roger Cook and KADIN Chairman Mr Arsjad Rasjid, at the Shangri-La Sydney on 4 July, as part of the official program of events for President Joko Widodo’s visit to Australia from July 3-5.

WA Premier Roger Cook with KADIN Chairman Mr Arsjad Rasjid, holding up the Plan of Action they have signed for a critical minerals collaboration between the WA Government and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)

The PoA runs from 2023-2025 and focusses on three pillars of cooperation to develop the critical minerals and battery industries of both regions: value-adding, resilient and sustainable critical minerals and battery industry supply chains; sustainable environmental and social governance (ESG) outcomes and skilled workforce development.

Premier Roger Cook and Indonesian president Joko Widodo at the WA-KADIN Plan of Action signing on critical minerals collaboration


Activities to implement the plan will include high-level meetings, business forums and the commissioning of strategic analysis report to map future opportunities for Western Australia and Indonesia to collaborate under the three pillars of cooperation.


With the increasing demand for critical minerals and the large up-scaling of battery supply chains required to address climate change, the agreement supports the economic objectives of the two parties and helps them meet their respective industry development and emissions reduction targets.

WA is already a leading supplier of battery and critical minerals. The State accounts for almost half of global lithium production and is a major exporter of nickel, cobalt, manganese and rare earths, with critical minerals processing and other value-adding industries rapidly emerging.

For more information on business opportunities in Indonesia, Western Australian businesses can reach out to the team at investandtrade@jtsi.wa.gov.au.

Photos supplied by Indonesian Presidential Communications Office

Published on: 05 July 2023




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