Indonesia Infrastructure Investment Forum (IIIF) London 2018 Reply

Indonesia Infrastructure Projects: Investment and Financing Opportunities

Indonesia Minister of National Development Planning/ Head of National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), H.E. Dr Bambang Brodjonegoro addressing delegates

LONDON, 15/16 March: Indonesia Infrastructure Investment Forum (IIIF) hosted a two-day forum, with Keynote Speech  by Indonesia Minister of National Development Planning/ Head of National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), H.E. Dr Bambang Brodjonegoro  and remarks by United Kingdom Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Indonesia and ASEAN, Richard Graham MP,  at Great Eastern, Andaz Hotel , 15/16 March 2018. More…


GREEN BREXIT: A New Era for Farming, Fishing & the Environment

Tony Juniper (World Wildlife Fund) (left) during Q&A with Rt Hon Michael Gove MP

LONDON: – UK Prosperity hosted the LONDON CONFERENCE 2018 GREEN BREXIT: A New Era for farming, Fishing & the Environment, with a keynote address from the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,at County Hall, Thursday 15 March 2018. More…

Indonesia, S. Korea Agrees to Boost Trade Values Reply


SEOUL President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and South Korean President Park


Geun-hye, has agreed to partner up to boost investment in the industrial sector during President Jokowi’s state visit to South Korea, where he was received by President Geun-hye at Cheong Wa Dae Palace in Seoul, South Korea on May 16, 2016. More…

Malaysia’s success story clouded by overly politicised issues, says PM Najib Reply


The Malay Mail Online Monday May 16, 2016


Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak attending the foundation-laying ceremony of Project Legacy in Embassy Gardens, London, May 16, 2016. — Bernama pic

LONDON – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said  that the reality of Malaysia’s continuing economic success is often clouded by issues that are overly politicised.

He lamented that this was due to some people trying to paint a different picture of Malaysia for their own selfish ends when the nation’s economic underlying fundamentals had consistently been strong. More…

Stop Trident march in London Reply

LONDON Saturday Feb 27, 2016


Over 60,000 people from across the world marched from Marble Arch to rally in Trafalgar Square. for Britain’s biggest anti-nuclear weapons rally in a generation, Saturday 27 February 2016. The mood was buoyant and spirited despite the cold. Many waved placards with phrases including “Books Not Bombs”, “Cut War Not Welfare” and “NHS Not Trident”. A common theme among protesters was the cost of renewing Trident during a period of austerity. More…