The world is currently faced with the threat of a food crisis that has hit various countries, including Indonesia. The threat of a food crisis has also influenced the dynamics of global food trade with the emergence of various regulations prohibiting the export of food products. So, how does Indonesia's food trade policy respond to this situation? In order to support the formulation of Indonesian food trade policies and discuss various global food trade challenges while commemorating World Food Day
Global Food Trade Challenges
International Trade & Finance Focus Group, Sector II PP ISEI, in collaboration with the Trade Policy Agency-Ministry of Trade held a National Seminar: "Global Food Trade Challenges", at:
Date : Wednesday, 25 October 2023
Time : 09.00 – 13.00 WIB
Venue : IPB Convention Center, Botani Square Building Bogor.
Who wish to attend offline can contact the Central ISEI Secretariat, Nuni 0856 9330 1640.
You can also join the zoom:
All participants registered offline and online will receive an e-certificate and materials which will be delivered by the Ministry of Trade committee after the event is finished.