A new institutional process to support the development of the services sectors, called the Indonesia Services Dialogue, is now being formed with support from the USAID SEADI program.
The dialogue brings stakeholders from business, government and research together on a regular basis in public forums and research-based workshops to consider option for reform to promote growth and greater efficiency in services.
The Indonesia Services Dialogue will be supported by a Secretariat located in APINDO - the Indonesian Employers Association - and will be coordinated by senior representatives from government, business and research.
The Dialogue will also act as a clearing house for policy related research on services and begin to link with other international and regional services organizations.
The Dialogue was first started on an ad hoc basis in 2010 with support from the World Bank. It has held two Public Forums.
For more detail about ISD click here.