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Bali Ready for 2013 APEC Summit

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum was established in 1989. Its primary purpose is to facilitate economic growth and prosperity in the region, with the vision of creating a seamless regional economy. APEC pursues these objectives through trade and investment liberalisation, business facilitation, and economic and technical cooperation.APEC aims to strengthen regional economic integration by removing impediments to trade and investment “at the border”, enhancing supply chain connectivity \\\\\\\"across the border\\\\\\\" and improving the business environment \\\\\\\"behind the border\\\\\\\". It endeavours to improve the operating environment for business by reducing the cost of cross-border trade, improving access to trade information and simplifying regulatory and administrative processes. APEC also assists member economies build the institutional capacity to implement and take advantage of the benefits of trade and investment reform. APEC supports the multilateral trade negotiations underway in the WTO, and complements the goals of the G-20 Framework for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth in the Asia-Pacific Region.
The beautiful Indonesian island paradise of Bali will host an important summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum from 5-7 October, 2013 with the theme, “Towards Resilience and Growth: Reshaping Priorities for Global Economy”. The meeting comes at a key time for the Asian-Pacific region, as growth and expansion of regional economies is on the rise and many changes are taking place that involve trade and business between member nations.Summit attendees will include recently elected and re-elected leaders of Malaysia, South Korea, Mexico, China and the United States. In addition, over 1000 business delegates will gather from nations across the entire Asia Pacific region, also intent on a dialogue with prime ministers, presidents, business and other leaders from dominant economies and emerging ones. The conference theme embraces increasing sustainable growth, economic growth, dynamic trade and financial stability across the Asia Pacific area, as well as solid working with farther flung nations.

Bali is going all-out in preparing for the summit, including building several major construction projects that the Bali chapter of the Indonesian Tourism Industry council says will create long-lasting infrastructure improvements and ease traffic congestion. Projects include a toll road connecting Ngurah Rai International Airport with Benoa harbour and tourist areas Nusa Dua, Kuta, Sanur, Denpasar and Ubud. Upgrades are also planned for the airport itself, to raise the annual passenger capacity to 25 million, from 9 million.
Throughout the APEC summit, side functions will focus on the many tourism attractions across Bali, including some at Taman Safari Indonesia in Gianyar, Uluwatu and Taman Ayun Temple in Badung Regency. Tourism traffic and sale of Bali products worldwide should increase as a result of summit exposure, as well as the 2013 Miss World Pageant, which will also take place on the Island of the Gods.Each held a variety of international activities, security is an absolute that must be met. Security in Bali are very favorable in Indonesia, so Bali was chosen as the place was held APEC Summit 2013, with Indonesia as the host. And support of the people of Bali who have an open attitude towards every single show, for better survival.

As the host, the Indonesian government did a lot of preparation, to smooth the APEC Summit 2013 which will be held in Bali on 5-7 October 2013. Bali as a world-famous tourist destination, and the population was increasing, resulting in Bali is becoming increasingly crowded. Seen on various roads in Bali, frequent traffic jams. Therefore, the Indonesian government to build a flyover and underpass, to unravel congestion, so that the implementation of the APEC Summit 2013 runs smoothly.In addition to building the overpass and underpass, the Indonesian government also make improvements and expansion at Ngurah Rai airport. Settling airport infrastructure, expansion of the parking area, as well as increased security. Because the airport is the main gateway of the delegates attending the APEC Summit 2013 in Bali.

With regards to the upcoming Asia Pacific Economic Coopertion (APEC) Summit early in October 2013, Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) is at hand to support Bali and Indonesia holding this monumental event. To complete the facility, a total of increased 21 meeting rooms with maximum capacity up to 12,000 people, with added featured 2 towers of 100 five-star-hotel-rooms on site and 150 parking lots available on the basement area.The centerpiece of 1,800 sq.m column-free multipurpose hall can be sub-divided into four separate rooms or be made used for single event as conventions, corporate events, exhibitions and private functions. Sustainability and functionality are incorporated into the design, which equipped with 15 breakout rooms and a 920 sq.m convention hall to support the flexible configuration enabling events to run simultaneously.The expansion of the Center, which will be completed by June 2013, offers a practical solution that will provide Bali as one of Indonesia\\\\\\\'s MICE destination with international standard venue and caters to more international MICE events in Indonesia.

Indonesian Foreign Minister, Marty Natalegawa, has officially introduced the APEC logo Indonesia 2013 in Jakarta, Friday, December 7, 2012. APEC 2013 logo symbolizes the dynamism and increasing economic development in the Asia Pacific region. Inspired from bamboo, a symbol of resistance, strength, and flexibility, with a curved trunk when strong winds blew, but with soaring gracefully back upright when the wind died down. The straight line represents the accumulated 21 APEC member countries, who are committed to working closely together in determining the direction of regional economic integration, while straightening curves symbolize the need to promote global economic growth.
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