According to ADB website, the TA subproject will be options for more innovative regional cooperation and integration interventions on cross-border trade and investment for Indonesia. It will provide critical inputs to the KSTA 9350: Implementing RCI Operational Plan which aims to support the RCI Operational Plan (RCI-OP) 2016-2020. Specifically, the subproject will provide Indonesia specific guidance and advice to inform the ERCD RCI operational plan output 2: competitiveness through new opportunities supported under which a thematic study on Timor-Leste (Eastern) Indonesia regional cooperation is being conducted. The subproject will focus on activities in Indonesia, linking with other policy and analytical work financed through the C-TA 0013, Sustainable Infrastructure Assistance Program.
The government of Australia US$ 0.2 million (cofinancing).
Project Officer: Anna M. Fink
Southeast Asia Department, ADB
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