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South East Asia
Victorian Government Business Offices in
KL, Malaysia and Jakarta, Indonesia



Mr Tim Dillon


Commissioner for Victoria to South East Asia
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Mr Brett Stevens


Commissioner for Victoria to Indonesia
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Mr Benjamin Lim


Investment Director, South East Asia
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Ms Suzanne Ong


Trade Director, South East Asia
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Ms Celia Yeo


Education Services Director,
South East Asia

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Mr Raymond Peter


Government Relations and Marketing Manager,
South East Asia

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Mr Nico Kiroyan


Investment Director,
Indonesia

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Ms Belinda Rimbo


Education Services Director,
Indonesia

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Victoria’s relationship with South East Asia



Victoria has a strong relationship with South East Asia which includes a history of mutual business participation. The Victorian Government maintains a strong presence in South East Asia, with a Victorian Government Business Office located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and one recently set up in Jakarta, Indonesia.

These offices have the dual aim of both developing and maintaining relationships with potential and current South East Asian investors and facilitating Victorian exports into South East Asia. The Victorian Government also has a tourism office based in Singapore.

A Free Trade Agreement was signed between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Australia and New Zealand in 2009, and the Free Trade Agreement with Malaysia (MAFTA) came into force in 2013. Further, Victoria and Singapore have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreements on Design and Culture.

Victoria continues to enjoy a strong relationship with South East Asian countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. The close proximity of Victoria to these nations makes for an ideal partnership on trade and investment, whilst cultural ties continue to strengthen.



Victoria’s major investors from South East Asia



There are several prominent South East Asian companies currently operating in Victoria across a wide range of industries.

Examples include Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies Singtel and food and beverage companies, Safcol and QAF Limited. Olam, a Singaporean company, has recently invested in agribusiness in Victoria. Within the tourism and hospitality industry, Tune Hotels recently opened its first hotel in Australia in Melbourne.

Victoria's airline services industry has also seen recent investment from both Air Asia X , Tiger Airways and Garuda Airlines.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Victorian Government Business Office
Suite 23.1, Level 23 Menara IMC
8 Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


phone:
fax:

+60 3 2055 1502
+60 3 2055 1489




link to contact form

Jakarta, Indonesia


Victorian Government Business Office
World Trade Centre 1, Level 8
Metropolitan Complex
Jl. Jend. Sudirman kav, 29-31
Jakarta 12920 Indonesia


phone:
fax:

+62 21 521 1223
+62 21 521 1213




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15 November 2013
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08 November 2013
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8 October 2013
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20 June 2013
Victoria and Indonesia form new infrastructure partnerships

Related links:

From the Export Victoria website:
South East Asia Market Engagement Plan