Germany to help develop esemka car project

13 March, 2012 | Source: ANTARA News

Solo, C Java (ANTARA News) - Germany`s ambassador to Indonesia, Nor Bert Baas, expressed his country`s readiness in providing experts to help develop the Esemka car project currently being carried out by the Surakarta (Solo) municipal administration.

"We are ready to provide experts in the automotive industry, including management, in order to develop the Esemka car project that is being carried out by the Surakarta municipal administration," the German ambassador said on the sidelines of his meeting with Surakarta mayor Joko Widodo (Jokowi), here on Friday.

In addition to providing experts, the German ambassador also offered work training for the Esemka car automotive industry experts in German automotive companies.

"We also invite Mr Jokowi to come to Germany and deliver a speech about the development of the automotive industry in Solo," the envoy said.

Earlier, Germany has provided several experts for the Surakarta municipal government in textile manufacturing, entrepreneurship and infrastructure.

 

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