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Indonesian Clothing Designs Quietly Draw Admirations at the Annual Meetings 2018

Nusa Dua, Bali - The tight schedules of the Annual Meetings 2018 somewhat become a quiet stage for Indonesian clothing designs as they are chosen as the attire of the IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde.

Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said that someone had asked for her a recommended store to purchase a jacket and cloth as unique as she and others had been putting on.

“Lagarde for one week are wearing Indonesian motif cloths that are made by Indonesian designer. That type of appreciation gives very deep impression because they can look at small things that we don’t occasionally pay attention at,” said the Finance Minister Sri Mulyani.

Lagarde’s attire is one of the surprises happening during the Annual Meetings 2018 aside from President Jokowi’s widely-admired speech. The Annual Meetings 2018 has been ongoing for six days since Monday, 8 October 2018.

The Minister’s statements on the clothing were given during a press briefing at Art Bali, Nusa Dua, Bali, along with the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan, Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara, Bali Governor I Wayan Koster and some other officials, on Saturday, 13 October 2018.

During the occasion, she was sharing opinions from all attendees. According to her, they are impressed by the extraordinary handling of the Indonesian government for the Annual Meetings 2018. They praise over Indonesia’s hospitality, professionalism and special treatment given by all liaison officers.

Morocco, which will host the next Annual Meetings of the IMF-WBG, is worried they won’t be capable of surpassing Indonesia’s very high standard as proven by the Annual Meetings 2018.

In addition, many delegates choose to prolong their staying in Bali. “I told them to spend their money by buying Indonesia’s unique products,” the Finance Minister said.

On the essential issue of the Annual Meetings 2018, Sri Mulyani said that the Annual Meetings 2018 was held amidst global economy that would still grow at 3.7 percent. This means the world economy growth has been unchanged since 2017. The flat growth is predicted to last until the next three years.

“Risks over global economy is rising, as frequently said during AMFC meetings. So what is said is about global risks or the trade tension that is feared of bringing impacts for global economy,” the Finance Minister said.

Furthermore, this Annual Meetings accommodates voices from emerging markets, showing world seriousness in viewing risks on global economy. While for Indonesia, some key points are discussed, such as natural disaster handling and disaster handling strategy.

“Almost all countries start discussions by conveying condolences and sympathies toward disasters that hit Lombok and Palu,” the Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said. (3x3)Nusa Dua, Bali - The tight schedules of the Annual Meetings 2018 somewhat become a quiet stage for Indonesian clothing designs as they are chosen as the attire of the IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde.

Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said that someone had asked for her a recommended store to purchase a jacket and cloth as unique as she and others had been putting on.

“Lagarde for one week are wearing Indonesian motif cloths that are made by Indonesian designer. That type of appreciation gives very deep impression because they can look at small things that we don’t occasionally pay attention at,” said the Finance Minister Sri Mulyani.

Lagarde’s attire is one of the surprises happening during the Annual Meetings 2018 aside from President Jokowi’s widely-admired speech. The Annual Meetings 2018 has been ongoing for six days since Monday, 8 October 2018.

The Minister’s statements on the clothing were given during a press briefing at Art Bali, Nusa Dua, Bali, along with the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan, Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara, Bali Governor I Wayan Koster and some other officials, on Saturday, 13 October 2018.

During the occasion, she was sharing opinions from all attendees. According to her, they are impressed by the extraordinary handling of the Indonesian government for the Annual Meetings 2018. They praise over Indonesia’s hospitality, professionalism and special treatment given by all liaison officers.

Morocco, which will host the next Annual Meetings of the IMF-WBG, is worried they won’t be capable of surpassing Indonesia’s very high standard as proven by the Annual Meetings 2018.

In addition, many delegates choose to prolong their staying in Bali. “I told them to spend their money by buying Indonesia’s unique products,” the Finance Minister said.

On the essential issue of the Annual Meetings 2018, Sri Mulyani said that the Annual Meetings 2018 was held amidst global economy that would still grow at 3.7 percent. This means the world economy growth has been unchanged since 2017. The flat growth is predicted to last until the next three years.

“Risks over global economy is rising, as frequently said during AMFC meetings. So what is said is about global risks or the trade tension that is feared of bringing impacts for global economy,” the Finance Minister said.

Furthermore, this Annual Meetings accommodates voices from emerging markets, showing world seriousness in viewing risks on global economy. While for Indonesia, some key points are discussed, such as natural disaster handling and disaster handling strategy.

“Almost all countries start discussions by conveying condolences and sympathies toward disasters that hit Lombok and Palu,” the Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said. (3x3)

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