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The World Bank

14
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- 17
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April 2010 | Jakarta International Expo
Asia - Pacific Ministerial Conference on
Public Private Partnerships (PPP)
for Infrastructure Development 2010
in conjunction with
The Government of
The Republic of Indonesia
Hosted by Supported by
in Association with
United Nations
ESCAP
Asian Development Bank
Infrastructure Asia 2010 - The Exhibition
Infrastructure Asia 2010 is Asias premier infrastructure forum and the exclusive private sector interface
for the upcoming Asia Pacifc Ministers Conference on PPP for Infrastructure Development 2010.
With an exclusive B2B & G2B exhibition, Infrastructure Asia 2010 ofers an unparalleled platform for
governments, businesses and leading experts to meet, to discuss and to fnd solutions for the prioritization,
procurement and presentation of existing and future infrastructure projects across the Asia Pacifc
region.
It has been estimated that the global economy will need US$ 30 - 40 trillion of infrastructure investment
over the next 20 years, of which in the next 10 years Asia alone will account for over US$ 6 trillion. Asia
Pacifc is the worlds largest and most populated region where developing sustainable infrastructure is
regarded by governments as the most important and vital issue of today. Te realization that developing
an efcient and sustainable economic infrastructure depends on the achievements of a rapid and
coordinated multinational public and private approach, guarantees the success of future income generating
infrastructure investments in the region.
Infrastructure Asia 2010
will focus on four life-critical infrastructure industries:
Transport infrastructure.
Energy infrastructure.
Water and Waste Management infrastructure.
Communications infrastructure.
Exhibitors Profile
If your business operates in any of the following areas and is involved directly or indirectly with infrastructure
related projects or supporting services and is seeking to be actively involved in Asias infrastructure planned
developments, contact the organizers to fnd out how your company can beneft from the event. Exhibition
areas on the foor plan will be categorized alongside National Priority Project oriented showcases. Key
contractors, support services & technology providers from the following categories are encouraged to
register for the exhibition:
Civil Design, Construction & Engineering.
Environmental & Green Industries.
Governments National and Regional Projects.
Human Resources, Health & Education.
International Aid & Trade.
Legal, Tax, Project Management, Actuarial.
Merchant, Investment Banks & Institutional Investors.
Oil and Gas Exploration, Processing & Distribution.
Power Generation & Distribution.
Telecommunications, Mobile and Information Technologies.
Transportation and Logistics (Road, Rail, Port, Airport, Tunnel & Bridge).
Water, Waste Management & Agricultural Irrigation.
Infrastructure Asia 2010 Investors Program - Project Pavilions
Representatives of Banks and Financial Institutions
Infrastructure Investment Funds Senior Representatives and Analysts
Infrastructure Portfolio Managers and Investment Ofcers
Infrastructure Asia 2010 is dedicated to delivering under one roof the full spectrum of
infrastructure projects now in the Asia pipeline.
Towards this efort, each of the 53 country members of UNESCAP have secured premium space within
the IA 2010 Exhibition in order to showcase their priority infrastructure projects ready for tender
throughout the event. Complementing the showcase project pavilions on the fnal day of the event,
country presentations will be staged exclusively to the private sector participating in IA 2010.
Building Asias Infrastructure
Exhibitors Benefits
Sell directly your products and services to over 20,000 potential clients from the most
important economies in the Asia Pacifc.
Showcase your company capabilities and market your brand at the largest infrastructure
event in Asia.
Learn about the latest infrastructure investment programs in the region.
Generate new business leads.
Establish and reinforce your presence in the worlds largest infrastructure markets.
Network with senior decision makers representing 53 governments and global business
leaders.
Visitors Profile
Infrastructure Asia 2010 works closely with the Government of Indonesia, International Governmental
Organizations, Financial Institutions, Industry Associations and our Exhibitors to provide the most
senior visitor audiences.
Infrastructure Asia 2010 Hosted Buyers Program Includes:
Ministers and Senior Infrastructure Development Ofcials from 53 UNESCAP member
countries.
Infrastructure Asia 2010 Visitors include:
Engineers and Contractors.
Infrastructure Investment Funds Senior Representatives and Analysts.
Infrastructure Project Directors & Procurement Ofcers.
International, Regional and National Financial and Legal Institutions.
Regional, National and Local Planning Authorities.
UNESCAP Member Countries to be represented at Infrastructure Asia 2010
Building Asias Infrastructure
Annual US$ 600 Billion Infrastructure Investment Made Available.
Maximize Your Market Share To Benet Irom Asia Pacic Lconomic
Infrastructure Growth!
Afghanistan
Armenia
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Bhutan
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
China
Democratic Peoples
Republic of Korea
Fiji
France
Georgia
India
Indonesia
Iran
Japan
Kazakhstan
Kiribati
Kyrgyzstan
Lao Peoples
Democratic Republic
Malaysia
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Micronesia
Mongolia
Myanmar
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Pakistan
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Republic of Korea
Russian Federation
Samoa
Singapore
Solomon Islands
Sri Lanka
Tajikistan
Tailand
Timor-Leste
Tonga
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Tuvalu
United Kingdom
United States of America
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Viet Nam

Jakarta International Expo Map


Building Asias Infrastructure
Power Generation
Oil & Gas Processing &
Distribution
Renewable Energy
Water & Waste
Management
Construction &
Heavy Equipment
Finance & Banking
Country - Project Pavilion
Transport & Logistics
Ports: Airport, Seaport
Road, Toll Road & Highway
Railway & Waterway
Telecommunication
Information Technology
Country - Project Pavilion
Heavy Construction
& Machinery
Exhibition Legend
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Infrastructure Asia 2010 - The Conference
In the current economic climate, the availability of quality infrastructure is the critical issue and major factor
for global businesses. Te challenges and constraints of the global crisis have generated a devastating impact
on life critical industries and are threatening the core of future infrastructure improvements and required
investment. Public & Private Partnerships (PPP) will deliver new, efcient and sustainable growth when
developing complex infrastructure projects. By leveraging available public funds in Asia Pacifc and accessing
global private funds & resources an upswing in Asian infrastructure markets will now follow.
Infrastructure Asia 2010 is exclusive private sector interface for the upcoming Asia Pacifc Ministers
Conference on PPP for Infrastructure Development 2010, with unparalleled G2B & B2B forums including
conferences, project & country presentations, and technical seminars alongside a major trade exhibition.
With an expanded agenda the event will provide world class forum for both senior government ofcials from
Asia to meet with global business leaders, as well as for technical experts, procurement ofcers and projects
managers to discuss the latest innovations in support of infrastructure development. Both public and private
sector participants will convene together where strategies & plans for developing Asia Infrastructure will be
presented and the full spectrum of opportunities for getting involved can be best explored.
The Conference Will:
Promote the latest national policies & regulations on infrastructure in the Asia-Pacifc
region.
Present the newest infrastructure initiatives & ready to go projects for tender from across
Asia .
Outline best practices towards project development and transparent tendering &
procurement
Address key issues for minimizing investment risks and facilitating infrastructure investment.
Discuss current economic conditions & availability of fnancing infrastructure investment.
Analyze the availability of relevant skills in the infrastructure sector.
Provide business meetings and tailored social events towards maximizing both G2B & B2B
Networking opportunities amongst all participants.
Over 2,000 senior government ofcials, global business leaders, technical experts and project directors are
expected to participate in this Asia-Pacifc Forum.
Who should attend?
Building Asias Infrastructure
Actuaries
Airport Authorities
Civil Engineers
Commercial Bankers
Construction and Design
Engineers
Equipment Manufacturers
Exploration Specialists
Financiers
Government Ministry Ofcers
Heavy Plan Manufacturers
Highway Engineers
Human Resource Specialists
Institutional Investor
Insurers
Investment Bankers
Investment Fund Managers
Law
Leasing Specialists
Manufacturers & Suppliers
Merchant Bankers
Mining Specialists
Plant Leasing Specialists
Port Operators
Power Generation Constructors
Power Generation Equipment
Procurement Agencies & Ofcers
Project Managers
Securities Analysts
Superannuation Fund Managers
Tax and Accounting Specialists
Telecommunication Operators
Trade Development Ofcers
Unit Trust Mutual Fund Managers
Waste Management Specialists
Waste Water Treatment Specialists
Water Supply Operators
PT. International Events Asia
Organized By
Infrastructure Asia 2010 Secretariat
Kantor Taman A9 Unit C7 Lt. 4
Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950 - Indonesia
T +62 21 576 4240 | F + 62 21 576 4239
www.infrastructureasia.com
IA 2010 will provide technology and service suppliers from both private and public sector with an
unparalleled opportunity to promote their products and services to the largest audience
IA 2010 will accelerate critically needed dialogue between public and private sectors and will bridge
multilateral cooperation for infrastructure development across Asia Pacifc.
IA 2010 will establish a clear communication channel between governments and businesses in
disseminating the latest infrastructure development priorities, national and regional policies.
IA 2010 will create a fuid environment for government, bilateral/multilateral infrastructure funds
and agencies to co-develop strategies for public and private sector businesses to collaborate on critically
needed large scale infrastructure investments.
IA 2010 will facilitate a direct access for businesses to current and future infrastructure projects and
will open dialogue for the continued identifcation and removal of political, economic & operational
obstacles in securing investment towards Asian infrastructure development.
Infrastructure Asia 2010
Conference & Exhibition
Building Asias Infrastructure
Official Media Partners
Coordinated By
State Ministry for National Development Planning/
National Development Planning Agency
PT. Infrastructure Asia
Asia - Pacic Ministerial Conference 20J0 Secretariat
Jl. Tanjung No. 47
Jakarta 10310 - Indonesia
T +62 21 3925392 | F +62 21 3925390
www.apmcppp2010.org
Ikatan Nasional Konsultan Indonesia
The Steering and Organizing Committee of APMC PPP 2010
The Steering Committee (SC):
- Chairman: Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Affairs, State Ministry of National Development Planning / National
Development Planning Agency
- 1st Vice-Chairman: Deputy for Infrastructure & Regional Development, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs
- 2nd Vice-Chairman: Director General Multilateral, Department of Foreign Affairs
- Secretary: Chief Planner, National Development Planning Agency
The SC members:
- Secretary General, Minister of Public Works;
- Secretary General, Minister of Transport;
- Secretary General, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources;
- Secretary General, Minister of Communication and Information;
- Secretary General, Minister of Trade;
- Secretary General, Minister of Finance;
- Director General of Management for Regional Government, Department of Home Affairs;
- Deputy for Land Law Analysis, National Land Agency;
- Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, Department of Finance;
- Secretary, State Ministry of Public Housing;
- Secretary, State Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises;
- Chairman, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board;
- Chairman, Indonesia Toll Road Authority, Department of Public Works.
The Organizing Committee (OC):
- Chairman: Director of Public Private Partnership Development,
State Ministry of National Development Planning / National Development Planning Agency
- 1st Vice Chairman: Assistant to Deputy Minister or Housing Affairs,
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs
- 2nd Vice Chairman: Director of Economic and Environmental Development,
Department of Foreign Affairs
The OC members:
- Director of Water Management and Irrigation, National Development Planning Agency;
- Director of Housing and Settlement, National Development Planning Agency;
- Director of Transportation, National Development Planning Agency;
- Director of Energy, Telecommunication and Informatics,
National Development Planning Agency;
- Director of Multilateral Foreign Financing , National Development Planning Agency;
- Head of Bureau of Legal Affairs, National Development Planning Agency;
- Head of Bureau of General Affairs, National Development Planning Agency;
- Head of Bureau of Pubic Relation and Principal Administration,
National Development Planning Agency;
- Director of Economic and Environmental Development, Department of Foreign Affairs
- Assistant to Deputy Minister for Transportation Infrastructure Affairs,
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs;
- Assistant to Deputy Minister or Housing Affairs
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs;
- Assistant to Deputy Minister for Utilities and Telematics,
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs;
- Assistant to Deputy Minister for Water Resources Infrastructure,
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs;
- Director of Export and Import Facility, Directorate General of Foreign Trade,
Department of Trade;
- Head of Bureau of Planning, Minister of Transport;
- Head of Bureau of Planning, Minister of Public Works;
- Head of Bureau of Planning, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources;
- Head of Bureau of Planning, Minister of Communication and Information;
- Head of Fiscal Risk Management, Department of Finance;
- Head of Partnership and Transport Services Analysis Center, Department of Transport;
- Head of Drink Water Supply Development Supporting Agency,
Department of Public Works;
- Secretary, Indonesia Toll Road Authority, Minister of Public Works;
- Second Secretary for Economic Affairs, Indonesia Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand;
- Head of Bureau of Planning and Foreign Cooperation, Minister of Public Works.
Hosts, Supporters and Partners
Intiative by: Hosted by:
United Nation ESCAP The National Development Planning Agency Coordinating Ministrer for Economic Affairs

Supported by:
The World Bank Asian Development Bank International Fnance Corporation Japan Bank for International Corporation

Title Sponsor: Sector Sponsor :
Lovells LLP MEC Holdings General Electric Nokia Siemens Network Intel Corporation

Coordinating with: Organised by:
Ikatan Nasional
Konsultan Indonesia
Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry PT. Infrastructure Asia PT. International Events Asia

Official Media:
Asia Wall Street Journal Bloomberg Tv Metro TV Business Review
Supporting Media:
Media Indonesia Bisnis Indonesia Jakarta Globe Kompas.com Sinar Harapan Business Week

Tambang Petrominer PetroEnergy Vibiz Portal BCI Asia Neraca

Cargo Times Dabindo Survey Techno Konstruksi Industrial Guide Indonesia Coal Spot

Equipment Shipping Gazettes Sailings Mining World Presidential Post






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DAY 1
Wed, 14 April 2010
DAY 2
Thu, 15 April 2010
DAY 3
Fri, 16 April 2010
DAY 4
Sat, 17 April 2010
All Day Exhibition All Day Exhibition All Day Exhibition All Day Exhibition

Registration Registration
Registration & Morning
Refreshments

Morning 1
Exhibition Opening Ceremony
Infrastructure Asia
Opening Session
Infrastructure Asia
Asia-Pacific Parallel Session 1
- Power Generation
- Road Transport
- Rail Transport
- Water Supply & Sanitation
- ICT
Asia-Pacific
Ministerial Conference
Country
Presentations 1 - 8
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Public & Private Leadership
Forum Plenary Session
Morning 3
UNESCAP High-Level
Expert Group Meeting
Session 1
Break Luncheon Luncheon & Friday Prayer Luncheon
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Session 2
Infrastructure Asia
Indonesian Day Plenary
Session
Infrastructure Asia
Asia-Pacific Parallel Session 2
- Renewable Energy
- Sea Transport
- Air Transport
- Healtcare & Education
Asia-Pacific
Ministerial Conference
Country
Presentations 9 - 17

Afternoon 2
Coffee Break
Afternoon 3

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UNESCAP High-Level
Expert Group Meeting
Session 3
Infrastructure Asia
Indonesian Day Parallel
Session
Infrastructure Asia
Asia-Pacific Plenary Session 3
Wrap-up of the Conference
Jakarta Declaration
Closing Ceremony

Evening UNESCAP Expert Welcome Dinner
Indonesia Infrastructure
Ministers' Networking Reception
Hosted by The World Bank










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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 EXHIBITION OPENING AND PRE-CONFERENCE

Day 1 - Wednesday, 14 April 2010

0800 - 1000 REGISTRATION
1000 - 1030 EXHIBITION OPENING CEREMONY:
H. E. Armida S. Alisjahbana, State Minister, National Development Planning / Chairperson of Bappenas, The Republic of Indonesia

1030 - 1040
VIP Walkthrough Exhibition

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
TELECOMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS
SEMINAR (ITTS)
FRANCO - INDONESIAN ENERGY
SEMINAR
Moderator to Welcome Welcome by MKI
1040 1050
Digital Divide.org USA- Keynote
Professor Craig Warren Smith
Senior Advisor Human Interface Tech Lab
Mr. Philippe Zeller- Keynote
Ambassador of France
1050 - 1100
HE Dr. Darwin Zahedy Saleh SE, MBA-
Keynote
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources
1100 - 1120 PLENARY SESSION 1:

UNESCAP PPP 2010 High Level Expert
Group Meeting
- Opening of the Meeting
- Adoption of the Agenda

Nokia Siemens Networks
Mr. Ade Susardi
Business Development Director

Calyon

1120 - 1140 Cisco Systems

1140 - 1150
Research In Motion
Mr. Gregory Wade
Managing Director, Southeast Asia
Question & Answer
1150 - 1200
1200 - 1215 Question & Answer

1215 - 1230
Break
1230 - 1330
Break
1330 - 1340
PLENARY SESSION 2:

UNESCAP PPP 2010 High Level Expert
Group Meeting
- Networking of Public-Private
Partnership Units and Programmes
Moderator
PLN

1340 - 1400
Telekomunikasi Indonesia

1400 1420
Hewlett Packard

TOTAL
1420 1430
Intel Corporation
Mr. Tom Burns,
Director World Ahead Program
1430 1440 Mr. Othman Salhi
Vice President for Asia
Areva
1440 1520
Question & Answer

Coffee Break
1520 1530



1530 - 1540
Mr. Marcelo Ferraz
HVDC Expert
Areva T&D
1540 - 1600
Coffee Break
1600 - 1615
PLENARY SESSION 3:

UNESCAP PPP 2010 High Level Expert
Group Meeting
- Additional Matters
- Adoption of the Report of the Meeting

1615 - 1630
ALSTOM
1630 - 1700
1700-1745
MKI
1745-1800
Conclusion- MKI & DEN
1900 - 2100 UNESCAP EXPERTS WELCOME DINNER
@ HOTEL BOROBUDUR








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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 CONFERENCE
BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS TO PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Day 2 - Thursday, 15 April 2010

0800 - 0900 REGISTRATION

OPENING SESSION
0900 - 0915 Foreword by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
Dr. Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Secretary of UNESCAP and Undersecretary of United Nation
0915 - 0930 Welcoming Address
H. E. Mr. Ir. M. Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister of Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
0930 - 0945 Opening Address & Inauguration - The Government of Indonesia
H. E. Mr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President, the Republic of Indonesia*
0945 - 1030 VVIP WALKTHROUGH EXHIBITION & COFFEE BREAK- Sponsored by Asian Development Bank

PLENARY SESSION 1: Breaking Down the Barriers to PPP from a Global Perspective
1030 - 1045
Building Unified and Sustainable Transport Infrastructure: PPP as The Engine of Asia Pacific Infrastructure Development
H. E. Mr. Kamal Nath, Minister for Road Transport & Highways, India
1045 - 1100 Mobilizing Financing for PPP Infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific
Mr. Fred P. Hochberg, Chairman & President, Export-Import Bank U.S.
1100 - 1115 Infrastructure For The 21st Century - PPP For Smart Cities
Mr. John Krenicki, Vice Chairman, General Electric / President and Chief Executive Officer, General Electric Energy
1115 - 1130 Private Sector Participation in Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Development
Mr. Madhu Koneru - Executive Vice Chairman, MEC Holdings, UAE
1130 - 1145 The Role Of PPP in Developing Smart Infrastructure for Sustainable Growth
Mr. John Davies, Vice President, Intel Corporation
1145 - 1215
Question & Answer
Moderated by: Mr. Anand Chiplunkar, Principal Water Supply & Sanitation Specialist (PPP), Asian Development Bank
1215 - 1330 LUNCHEON
* To Be Confirmed
















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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 CONFERENCE
BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS TO PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Day 2 Continued - Thursday, 15 April 2010


PLENARY SESSION 2: Breaking Down the Barriers to PPP from an Indonesian Perspective
1330 - 1350
Indonesia's PPP Policy Regime and Framework
H. E. Armida S. Alisjahbana, State Minister, National Development Planning / Chairperson of Bappenas, The Republic of Indonesia
1350 - 1410
Government Guarantee and Financing Mechanisms for PPP Projects in Indonesia
H. E. Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
1410 - 1430
Indonesian PPP Infrastructure Investment Climate
H. E. Gita Wirjawan, Chairman, National Investment Coordinating Board, Republic of Indonesia
1430 - 1450
PPP Role in Jakarta Megapolitan Transport Infrastructure Development
Mr. Fauzi Bowo, Governor, Jakarta Province
1450 - 1510
Questions and Answer
Moderated by Mr. Joachim Von Amsberg, Country Director- Indonesia, The World Bank
1510 - 1530
Model PPP - Central Java (2 x 1,000 MW) IPP Project
President Director of Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)
1530 - 1550
Question and Answer
Moderated by Ms. Shobana Venkataraman, Senior Investment Officer- International Finance Corporation (IFC)*
1550 - 1620 COFFEE BREAK- Sponsored by Asian Development Bank

INDONESIAN PARALLEL SESSION

Ministry of Energy
and Mineral
Resources
Ministry of
Transportation
Ministry of Public
Works
Ministry of
Communication and
Informatics
Ministry of Finance
1620 - 1700
Utilizing the PPP
Framework to
Accelerate Energy
Infrastructure
H. E. Dr. Darwin Zahedy
Saleh SE, MBA
Minister of Energy and
Mineral Resources,
Republic of Indonesia
Implementing
Successful PPP
Transactions in
Transport Sector
H. E. Mr. Freddy
Numberi,
Minister of Transportation,
Republic of Indonesia

Emerging PPP
Opportunities in Toll
Roads
H. E. Ir. Djoko Kirmanto,
Dipl, HE
Minister of Public Works,
Republic of Indonesia

Bridging the Digital Divide
Through PPP
H. E. Ir. Tifatul Sembiring
Minister of Communication
and Informatics
Republic of Indonesia

Government Guarantee
and Financing
Mechanism for PPP
Projects in Indonesia
Mr. Anggito Abimanyu
Chairman of Fiscal Policy
Agency, Ministry of
Finance,
Republic of Indonesia
1700 - 1745
BPH Migas gas pipeline
projects

Moderated by:
Mr. Rehan Kausar, ADB
Port & Container
Terminal PPP Project
(Option: JICT
experience operating a
PPP container terminal)
Vice Minister of
Transportation

Moderated by:
Mr. Colin Davies,
Laing ORourke

Trans-Java Toll-Road PPP
Project
(Option: Jasa Marga's PPP
experience in Bandung
toll road project)
Vice Minister of Public
Work

Moderated by:
Mr. Hungjoo Hahm,
The World Bank
Palapa Ring Project
Chairman of Palapa Ring
Consortium

Moderated by:
Mr. Paul Reddel,
PPIAF

Indonesia Infrastructure
Fund Facility
Chairman of PT.
Indonesian Infrastructure
Finance
Indonesia Guarantee
Fund
Chairman of PT.
Penjamin Infrastructure

Moderated by:
Mr. James Nugent, ADB*
1745 - 1800 Closing Remarks Closing Remarks Closing Remarks Closing Remarks Closing Remarks
1800 - 2000 INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE MINISTERS' NETWORKING RECEPTION - Hosted by The World Bank
* To Be Confirmed






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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 CONFERENCE
BUILDING ASIAS INFRASTRUCTURE

Day 3 - Friday, 16 April 2010

0800 - 0900 REGISTRATION AND MORNING REFRESHMENTS- Hosted by Leighton Contractors

ASIA-PACIFIC PARALLEL SESSION 1

Asia's Energy
Infrastructure Needs
in 21st Century from
Resources to Delivery
Providing Transport Infrastructure to Alleviate
"Bottlenecks"

Sustainable
Environmental
Infrastructure
Solutions through
PPP
Accelerating Social
Infrastructure
Development
0900 - 1130
POWER GENERATION ROAD TRANSPORT RAIL TRANSPORT
WATER SUPPLY &
SANITATION
INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY (ICT)

The Global Economic
Crisis and Utilizing PPP
to Drive Power
Generation in Asia


Designing and
Implementing Innovative
Strategies for
Sustainable Road
Transport

Accelerating Asia-Pacific
Sustainable Rail
Infrastructure

Developing PPP
Structures in Water and
Sanitation Infrastructure

New PPP Investment
Opportunities in Bringing
Broadband to the Next 2
Billion Subscribers
Moderator:
Mr. James Harris
Chairman (Asia), IPFA
Moderator:
Mr. Barry Cable
Director Transportation,
UNESCAP

Moderator:
Mr. John Moon
Chief Transportation Policy
& Development Section,
UNESCAP
Moderator:
Mr. Bennett Parton
Infrastructure Advisor,
BAPPENAS

Moderator:
Mr. Ilham Habibi
Co-Chairman, IGADD

Mr. Jacob Purwono,
Director General of Electricity
and Energy Utilization,
Republic of Indonesia*
Mr. Andrei Nedosekov,
Deputy Minister of
Transportation, Russian
Federation
Mr. Tundjung Inderawan,
Director General of Rail
Transportation, Republic of
Indonesia*
Mr. aban nder Kira.
Under Secretary of Public
Works & Settlement, Turkey
H. E. Dato Seri Utama Dr. Rais
Yatim, Minister,
Malaysia
Mr. Gatot Prawiro
Regional Director Asia-
Pacific, GE
Mr. Julien Reidy
Senior Associate, Lovells
LLP, Singapore
Mr. Henry Steingass,
Regional Director, USTDA*
Mr. Timur Sukirno
Chairman
Baker McKenzie, Indonesia
Prof. Prasit
Prapinmongkolkarn, Chairman,
NTC
Mr Peter Loscher, CEO,
Siemens AG*

Mr. Suroyo Alimoeso,
Director General of Road
Transportation, Republic of
Indonesia*
Mr. Jean-Pierre Loubinoux,
Director General, Union
Internationale Des Chemins
De Fer
Mr. Kevin Dixon, Managing
Director APNA Region, Mott
MacDonald

Prof. Craig Warren Smith,
Director,
Meaningful Broadband Working
Group
Mr. Ranald Spiers, Executive
Director, International Power
plc
Mr. Arnaud Besse, Strategy
& Product Director, Thales
Group
Mr. Michel Antraigue,
Advisor for Indonesia, SNCF*
Mr. Eko Bagus Delianto,
INKINDO*
Mr. Salman Zafar,
Head of Business Dev.,
Nokia Siemens Networks
Mr. Anthony Raven, Partner,
Lovells, Tokyo
Mr. Derek Williamson,
Director, Holcim Indonesia
Mr. Hans-Jorg Grundmann,
CEO, Siemens Mobility*
Mr. Philippe Folliasson,
President Director, PAM
Lyonnaise Jaya
Mrs. Aurora Rubio
International Telecom Union -
ITU
Mr. Shaoyi Li, Chief, Energy
Security Section, UNESCAP

Mr. Ray Hodgson
President Director,
Leighton Contractors
Mr. Thakur Singh, President,
Infrastructure, MEC Coal
Mr. Gennaro Patella,
Chief Engineer, Canac
Mr. Cory DAbreo, Publishing
Director, Infrastructure Focus
Mr. Tom Burns
Director World Ahead Program,
Intel Corp
Question & Answer

Question & Answer

Question & Answer Question & Answer Ms. Atsuko Okuda
Information Technology Officer,
ICT and Disaster Risk
Reduction, UNESCAP
Question & Answer
1130 - 1330 LUNCHEON AND FRIDAY PRAYER
* To Be Confirmed






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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 CONFERENCE
BUILDING ASIAS INFRASTRUCTURE
Day 3 Continued - Friday, 16 April 2010


ASIA-PACIFIC PARALLEL SESSION 2
1330 - 1550
POWER GENERATION SEA TRANSPORT AIR TRANSPORT HEALTHCARE & EDUCATION
Renewable Energy Policies in
Asia - Embracing Green Energy
Accelerating Asia-Pacific
Sustainable Maritime
Infrastructure
Innovative Strategies for
Upgrading Air Transport
Operations
Enhancing Healthcare &
Education Infrastructure
Development through PPP
Moderator:
Mr. Rehan Kausar
Asian Development Bank
Moderator:
Mr. Peter Benson
Senior Adivsor Sea Transport
Moderator:
Eur. Ing. Dr. Scott Younger OBE,
PhD, FICE, Vice Chairman, Eurocham
Indonesia
Moderator:
Mr. Jacques Jeugmans,
Practice Leader Health,
Asian Development Bank*
Mr. Stanley Boots, Consultant, Lovells
Hong Kong
Mr. Sunaryo S H, Director General of
Sea Transportation, Repuclic of
Indonesia
Mr. Herry Bakti S. Gumay,
Director General of Air Transportation,
Republic of Indonesia*
H. E. Endang Rahayu
Sedyaningsih, Minister of Health,
Republic of Indonesia*
Mrs. Diane Farrell, Member of the
BOD, Export-Import Bank U.S.

Mr. Andrew Sriro, Chairman,
Indonesia Maritime Law Association

Ms. Oxana Balayan
Managing Partner and Head of
Corporate Finance, Moscow Lovells
Mr. Adrian Walker, Global Head
Project Finance, Lovells LLP,
London
Ir. Abadi Poernomo,
President Director
Pertamina Geothermal Energy

Mr. Kenneth Pierson,
Commercial Director Asia & AZN,
GE Transportation

Dr. Joel Hayward, ZDaF, BA, MA
Hons, PhD, Dean of the Royal Air
Force College Head of Air Power
Studies, King's College London,
Director, Royal Air Force Centre for Air
Power Studies
Mr. Ron Perkinson
Executive Consultant
Sampoerna Education Foundation

Mr. Arian Ardie
Governor, Power Committee Chair
AmCham
Mr. Dieter G. Ziulkowski,
Group Representative Singapore,
ThyssenKrupp
Mr. Randy Tinseth,
VP Marketing,
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
H. E. Muhammad Nuh, Minister of
Education, Republic of Indonesia*
Mr. Jens Vorbrodt, General
Manager, Siemens Solar Power*
Mr. Jakob Sorensen,
President Director, Maersk
Mr. Emirsyah Satar,
President & CEO, Garuda Indonesia*

Mr. Arun Sharma
President & CEO, GE Healthcare
ASEAN
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
PROVIDER PANEL DISCUSSION:
- Mr. Johnny Christo
Intel Corporation
- Mr. Paul Yap
Nokia Siemens Network
- Mr. Rinaldi Firmansyah
Telekomunikasi Indonesia*
Mr. Husein Latief, Commercial &
Business Development Director,
Pelindo III
Mr. Raymond Ellis, Vice President &
Manager, Strategic Initiatives Division,
Export Import Bank U.S.

Mr. Ashutos Chadha/ Mr. Chak
Wong, Intel Corporation

Question & Answer SEA TRANSPORT
PANEL DISCUSSION:
- Mr. Oentoro Surya Arpeni
- Jakob Sorenssen, Maersk
- Mr. Sunaryo S H, Dir Gen Sea
Transport
- Mr. Husein Latief, Pelindo III
Question & Answer Question & Answer

1550 - 1610 COFFEE BREAK- Hosted by Leighton Contractors
* To Be Confirmed








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As per 23 March 2010

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INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 CONFERENCE
BUILDING ASIAS INFRASTRUCTURE

Day 3 Continued - Friday, 16 April 2010



PLENARY SESSION 3 : PPP Centers: Project Marketing and International Alliance
1610 - 1730
PPP Project Marketing - Lessons for A Successful Transaction
Senior Official, PPP Center - India

Developing International Alliance of PPP Centers in Asia-Pacific
Senior Official, PPP Center/MOF - South Korea

Knowledge Sharing and Management in PPP Development
Mr. Paul Reddel, Regional Program Leader, East Asia & Pacific, PPIAF

Question and Answer
Moderated by Mr. Dedy Supriadi Priatna, Deputy Minister, National Development Planning / BAPPENAS, Republic of Indonesia

1730 - 1800
Wrap-up of the Conference
Mr. Barry Cable, Director Transportation, UNESCAP


























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As per 23 March 2010

Page 8 of 8

ASIA-PACIFIC MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC PRIVATE
PARTNERSHIPS (PPP) FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT 2010

Day 4 - Saturday, 17 April 2010

0800 - 0900 REGISTRATION
0900 - 0940 Opening Address: H. E. Mr. Budiono, Vice-President, Republic of Indonesia*
0940- 1000 Welcome Address: H. E. Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Secretary of UNESCAP and Undersecretary of United Nations
1000 - 1015 Country Presentations 1
Turkey*
1015 - 1030 Country Presentations 2
Malaysia*
1030 - 1045 Country Presentations 3
Afghanistan*
1100 - 1115 Country Presentations 4
Maldives
1115 - 1130 Country Presentations 5
Samoa
1130 - 1145 Country Presentations 6
Russia*
1145 - 1200 Country Presentations 7
South Korea
1200 - 1215 Country Presentations 8
Kazakhstan*
1215 - 1315 LUNCHEON
1315 - 1330 Country Presentations 9
Australia
1330 - 1345 Country Presentations 10
Timor Leste
1345 - 1400 Country Presentations 11
India*
1400 - 1415 Country Presentations 12
UNESCAP Country Members
1415 - 1430 Country Presentations 13
UNESCAP Country Members
1430 - 1445 Country Presentations 14
UNESCAP Country Members
1445 - 1500 Country Presentations 15
UNESCAP Country Members
1500 - 1515 Country Presentations 16
UNESCAP Country Members
1515 - 1530 Country Presentations 17
UNESCAP Country Members
1530 - 1550 COFFEE BREAK
1550 - 1650 Jakarta Declaration on Asia-Pacific Public Private Partnership for Infrastructure Development & Cooperation
1650 - 1720 Closing Remarks: H. E. Mr. Ir. M. Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister of Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
1720 - 1750 Closing Ceremony & VVIP/VIP Press Conference
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INDOOR EXHIBITION
CONTRACT FORM
Registration No: Booth No: L x W:
Company Name:____________________________________________________________________
Contact Name: ______________ __ ________________________ ___________________________
Title:_______________ _____ _____ ________________________ __________________________
Address:_______________ ___ ____ ________________________ __________________________
City:_____________________
Country:__________________
Line of Business: _ _____________________________________ ____________________________
(PLEASE NOTE: If invoice address is different from above, please provide invoice address separately.)
JAKARTA INTERNATIONAL EXPO, INDONESIA, 14th - 17th April 2010
Please Return Original To The Organizer:
INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA
EVENT SECRETARIAT:
Gedung Kantor Taman A-9 Unit C7 Lt. 4
Jl. Mega Kuningan, Lot 8-9
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
And Fax Copy to:
Fax +62 21 5764239
Phone +62 21 5764240
ZIP:________________________Tel:________________________
E-mail:_____________________Fax:________________________
EXHIBITION SPACE
Space Only
US$: 400 /sqm.
(Includes: space, general aisle cleaning and general security)
US$:
Government Tax
VAT 10% US$:
TOTAL US$:
PAYMENT SCHEDULE & PROCEDURE
By bank transfer to: PT. Infrastructure Asia - Bank: CIMB Niaga, branch: Warung Buncit
The above requestedspace allocationthe Exhibitor will be confirmeduponthe organizer receiving the payment of 100%due uponsigningthis contract and
receivinginitial invoice. (NoExhibitor shall beallowedtoparticipateuntil payment infull havebeenreceivedby theOrganizer)
We hereby confirmour participationat the InfrastructureAsia 2010 andwe confirmour acceptanceof the Rules &Regulations printedoverleaf whichform
part of this contract. The execution of this contract and its receipt by the Organizer is deemed conclusive evidence of the Exhibitor's agreement to pay the
feesspecifiedabove.
THE CONTRACT IS NON-CANCELABLE BY THE EXHIBITOR. Exhibitor further acknowledges that the Organizer having incurred expenses as a result of the
contract is not require to refund any of the fees and that the Organizer is also entitled to any unpaid amounts that may be owing by the Delegate to the
Organizer.
I AGREETOTHEBOOKINGCONDITIONSONTHERULESANDREGULATIONSANDHEREBYCONFIRMTHATI AMAUTHORIZEDTOSIGNTHISCONTRACT.
Authorized Signature
Rp. 6.000,-
Duty Stamp
Name:______________________________________ Date:__________/__________/__________
In Line Booth opening onto alley (1) no additional charge
Corner opening onto 2 alleys (2) 10% additional charge
Peninsula opening onto 3 alleys (3) 15% additional charge
Island opening onto 4 alleys (4) 20% additional charge
Split Level two storey stand supplement 25% additional charge
Additional charges US$:
1
2
4
3
BOOTH CONSTRUCTION
Standard Shell Scheme (in addition to space only)
(Include rear and side walls, carpet, fascia panel, company name,
fluorescent lights, folding chairs, information counter, wastebasket)
sqm. US$: 50 /sqm. US$:
Special Design Booth (please contact the Organizer)
Swift Code: BNIAIDJA US$ - Acc. No. 212.02.001.40.008
Submit by Email
EXHIBITION RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Exhibitors shall be bound by the conditions, rules and regulations set
forth in this agreement and any changes must be made in writing and
signed by an authorized official of INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 EVENT
SECRETARIAT (hereinafter referred to as THE ORGANIZER) who shall
have full power to interpret and to make or amend these rules, provided
that such amendments and additions do not operate to diminish the rights
reserved for the Exhibitors under this contract, and shall not operate to
increase liabilities of THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or
Employees.
2. No Exhibitor shall be permitted to exhibit unless he has paid prior to the
Exhibitionall of thefeesagreedtoonthereverseside.
3. Exhibitors are expected to comply with all building regulations and all
Government rules and regulations. The Exhibitor and his exhibition stand
contractor must observe all the guidelines as stipulated in Exhibitor &
ExhibitionContractor Guidelines.
4. Rights of anExhibitor shall not beassignabletoany other firmor person
and no Exhibitor may assign his space, or sublet the whole or any part of
thespacecontractedfor. AnExhibitor has noright tooccupy any particular
space, although its requirements will be taken into account when it comes
toallocatingspace.
5. Exhibits shall not obstruct the viewof adjoining exhibits nor be operated
in any manner objectionable to other Exhibitors. All lighting within the
stand must be arranged and operated so as not be distracting to adjacent
stands. Phonographs, radios or other sound devices operated in a manner
objectionabletoTHEORGANIZERshall beprohibited.
6. Exhibitors shall not permit raffles, donations or other promotional
measures that require members or guests to be present at a specified
location and time. All unusual promotional plans must be approved by
THEORGANIZER.
7. THEORGANIZERshall determinetheExhibitionhours. Admissionshall
beby ticket or badge, andidentificationbadgesshall not betransferable.
8. No Exhibitor will be allowed to remove his exhibit from the Exhibition
floor, prior to the official termination of the Exhibition, and the Exhibitor
shall have an authorized representative present at the Exhibition
throughout the Exhibition period and during the installation and
dismantlingof hisexhibit.
9. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees are not
responsible for any loss, theft or damage by fire, or injury of any nature to
any person or article. Reputable watchmen will be on duty day and night,
but THE ORGANIZER, while taking precautions against loss, will not
guaranteeagainst it andit is hereby expressly releasedfromany liabilities
for injury or damage thereof. The Exhibitor is urged to adequately insure
his exhibit, and other equipment and personal effects for which he is
responsible.
10. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees will not be
obligated to put up any advertisement when the advertising materials
submitted by the Advertiser or Exhibitor are received after the deadline.
While every care and attention is exercised, THE ORGANIZER, its
Sponsors, Agents or Employees andthepublisher of theCataloguewill not
be responsible for any omission of an advertisement, or for any errors or
omissions on any advertising copy submitted by the Advertiser or
Exhibitor. In the unlikely event of an omission of an advertisement, the
liability of THE ORGANIZER is limited to the refund of the cost of the
advertisingspaceonly.
11. The execution of the Exhibition Space Contract and its receipt by THE
ORGANIZER is deemed conclusive evidence of the Exhibitor's agreement
to pay the full fees due. If the Exhibitor fails to make any subsequent
payment on its due date, he is considered to have committed a breach of
contract.
12. THEORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees shall not be liable
for any loss, damage or delay resulting from acts of war, civil unrest,
strikes or lock-outs, change in regulation, military activity or any other
circumstances which shall make it impossible or inadvisable for THE
ORGANIZERto hold the Exhibition at the time and place provided, and THE
ORGANIZER reserves the right to reschedule the Exhibition at another
date and/or at another site. Furthermore, THE ORGANIZER will not be
responsible for, and will be held harmless from the consequences of any
conflicts or misinterpretations, which may arise with the host country, its
sponsors, agents or other bodies regarding any and all aspects of the
Exhibition, which may affect the Exhibitors. The Exhibitor acknowledges
that THE ORGANIZER will have sustained damages and losses as a result
of the foregoing as well, and shall and does hereby waive any claims for
damages or compensation. The sums paid to THE ORGANIZER as fees or
otherwise in connection with the Exhibition shall remain the property of
THE ORGANIZER. The Exhibitor is responsible to obtain adequate
insurancetocover riskof thisnature.
13. THE ORGANIZER is not responsible to assist the Exhibitor in obtaining
passport and visa for entrance into the country where the Exhibition is to
be held. The fact that the Exhibitor is unsuccessful in obtaining these
documents from the relevant authorities will not constitute a basis for
cancellation of this contract and it is clearly understood that no refunds
whatsoever will bemade. TheExhibitor, however, may assignthiscontract
to another party or company who meets the entry and government
formalities necessary for entry into the country where the Exhibition is to
be held. Such substitution shall be the sole responsibility of the
contracting Exhibitor, and shall be notified in writing to THE ORGANIZER
asearly aspossiblebeforethestart of theExhibition.
14. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees are not
responsible for any loss, damage or delay incurred in freight shipments
(transport, handling and customs clearance) into and out of the country in
which the Exhibition is held. Exhibitors are urged to adequately insure all
shipments.
15. The Exhibitor expressly acknowledges that no representations-
whether oral or in writing-expressed or implied-have been made
concerning the amount of business to be gained from the Exhibition, its
success, or that THE ORGANIZER, or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates,
employees or other entities allied with it has made any guarantees or
assurances concerning the Exhibition. The Exhibitor further
acknowledges that this document constitutes the entire agreement and
thebindingrules andregulations existingbetweentheparties, andthat he
has been given no oral change or modification. No one is authorized to
makeany oral changesinthisagreement.
16. The agreement shall be governed by and construed according to
Indonesian law. Any dispute between the parties under this Agreement is
hereby submittedtothejurisdictionof theCourt of Central Jakarta.
17. The Exhibitor agrees to the use of the Exhibitor's company name,
company representative names, and company logo by THE ORGANIZER in
promotional materialsproducedtomarket thisevent.
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sqm.
OUTDOOR EXHIBITION
CONTRACT FORM
Registration No: Booth No: L x W:
Company Name:________________________________________
Contact Name: ______________ ___ ________________________
Title:_______________ __________ ________________________
Address:_______________ _______ ________________________
City:_____________________
Country:__________________
Tel:______________________
Line of Business: _ _____________________________________ __
(PLEASE NOTE: If invoice address is different from above, please provide invoice address separately.)
JAKARTA INTERNATIONAL EXPO, INDONESIA, 14th - 17th April 2010
Please Return Original
To The Organizer:
INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA
EVENT SECRETARIAT:
Gedung Kantor Taman A-9
Unit C7 Lt. 4
Jl. Mega Kuningan, Lot 8-9
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
And Fax Copy to:
Fax +62 21 5764239
Phone +62 21 5764240
ZIP:________________________
E-mail:_____________________
Fax:________________________
EXHIBITION SPACE
Space Only
Etc:_______________________________
TAX
US$: 200 /sqm.
(Includes: space, general aisle cleaning and general security)
US$:
Government Tax VAT 10% US$:
TOTAL US$:
PAYMENT SCHEDULE & PROCEDURE
By bank transfer to:
PT. Infrastructure Asia
Bank: CIMB Niaga, branch: Warung Buncit
US$ - Acc. No. 212.02.001.40.008
Swift Code: BNIAIDJA
The above requested space allocation the Exhibitor will be confirmed upon the organizer receiving the payment deposit of 100% due upon signing this
contract andreceivinginitial invoice. (NoExhibitor shall beallowedtoparticipateuntil payment infull havebeenreceivedby theOrganizer)
We hereby confirmour participationat the INFRASTRUCTUREASIA2010 andwe confirmour acceptance of the Rules &Regulations printedoverleaf which
formpart of this contract. Theexecutionof this contract andits receipt by theOrganizer is deemedconclusiveevidenceof theExhibitor's agreement topay
thefeesspecifiedabove.
THECONTRACT IS NON-CANCELABLEBY THEEXHIBITOR. Exhibitor further acknowledges that the Organizer having incurred expenses as a result of the
contract is not require to refund any of the fees and that the Organizer is also entitled to any unpaid amounts that may be owing by the Delegate to the
Organizer.
I AGREETOTHEBOOKINGCONDITIONSONTHERULESANDREGULATIONSANDHEREBYCONFIRMTHATI AMAUTHORIZEDTOSIGNTHISCONTRACT.
Authorized Signature
Rp. 6.000,-
Duty Stamp
Name:______________________________________ Date:__________/__________/__________
Submit by Email
EXHIBITION RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Exhibitors shall be bound by the conditions, rules and regulations set
forth in this agreement and any changes must be made in writing and
signed by an authorized official of INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 EVENT
SECRETARIAT (hereinafter referred to as THE ORGANIZER) who shall
have full power to interpret and to make or amend these rules, provided
that such amendments and additions do not operate to diminish the rights
reserved for the Exhibitors under this contract, and shall not operate to
increase liabilities of THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or
Employees.
2. No Exhibitor shall be permitted to exhibit unless he has paid prior to the
Exhibitionall of thefeesagreedtoonthereverseside.
3. Exhibitors are expected to comply with all building regulations and all
Government rules and regulations. The Exhibitor and his exhibition stand
contractor must observe all the guidelines as stipulated in Exhibitor &
ExhibitionContractor Guidelines.
4. Rights of anExhibitor shall not beassignabletoany other firmor person
and no Exhibitor may assign his space, or sublet the whole or any part of
thespacecontractedfor. AnExhibitor has noright tooccupy any particular
space, although its requirements will be taken into account when it comes
toallocatingspace.
5. Exhibits shall not obstruct the viewof adjoining exhibits nor be operated
in any manner objectionable to other Exhibitors. All lighting within the
stand must be arranged and operated so as not be distracting to adjacent
stands. Phonographs, radios or other sound devices operated in a manner
objectionabletoTHEORGANIZERshall beprohibited.
6. Exhibitors shall not permit raffles, donations or other promotional
measures that require members or guests to be present at a specified
location and time. All unusual promotional plans must be approved by
THEORGANIZER.
7. THEORGANIZERshall determinetheExhibitionhours. Admissionshall
beby ticket or badge, andidentificationbadgesshall not betransferable.
8. No Exhibitor will be allowed to remove his exhibit from the Exhibition
floor, prior to the official termination of the Exhibition, and the Exhibitor
shall have an authorized representative present at the Exhibition
throughout the Exhibition period and during the installation and
dismantlingof hisexhibit.
9. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees are not
responsible for any loss, theft or damage by fire, or injury of any nature to
any person or article. Reputable watchmen will be on duty day and night,
but THE ORGANIZER, while taking precautions against loss, will not
guaranteeagainst it andit is hereby expressly releasedfromany liabilities
for injury or damage thereof. The Exhibitor is urged to adequately insure
his exhibit, and other equipment and personal effects for which he is
responsible.
10. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees will not be
obligated to put up any advertisement when the advertising materials
submitted by the Advertiser or Exhibitor are received after the deadline.
While every care and attention is exercised, THE ORGANIZER, its
Sponsors, Agents or Employees andthepublisher of theCataloguewill not
be responsible for any omission of an advertisement, or for any errors or
omissions on any advertising copy submitted by the Advertiser or
Exhibitor. In the unlikely event of an omission of an advertisement, the
liability of THE ORGANIZER is limited to the refund of the cost of the
advertisingspaceonly.
11. The execution of the Exhibition Space Contract and its receipt by THE
ORGANIZER is deemed conclusive evidence of the Exhibitor's agreement
to pay the full fees due. If the Exhibitor fails to make any subsequent
payment on its due date, he is considered to have committed a breach of
contract.
12. THEORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees shall not be liable
for any loss, damage or delay resulting from acts of war, civil unrest,
strikes or lock-outs, change in regulation, military activity or any other
circumstances which shall make it impossible or inadvisable for THE
ORGANIZERto hold the Exhibition at the time and place provided, and THE
ORGANIZER reserves the right to reschedule the Exhibition at another
date and/or at another site. Furthermore, THE ORGANIZER will not be
responsible for, and will be held harmless from the consequences of any
conflicts or misinterpretations, which may arise with the host country, its
sponsors, agents or other bodies regarding any and all aspects of the
Exhibition, which may affect the Exhibitors. The Exhibitor acknowledges
that THE ORGANIZER will have sustained damages and losses as a result
of the foregoing as well, and shall and does hereby waive any claims for
damages or compensation. The sums paid to THE ORGANIZER as fees or
otherwise in connection with the Exhibition shall remain the property of
THE ORGANIZER. The Exhibitor is responsible to obtain adequate
insurancetocover riskof thisnature.
13. THE ORGANIZER is not responsible to assist the Exhibitor in obtaining
passport and visa for entrance into the country where the Exhibition is to
be held. The fact that the Exhibitor is unsuccessful in obtaining these
documents from the relevant authorities will not constitute a basis for
cancellation of this contract and it is clearly understood that no refunds
whatsoever will bemade. TheExhibitor, however, may assignthiscontract
to another party or company who meets the entry and government
formalities necessary for entry into the country where the Exhibition is to
be held. Such substitution shall be the sole responsibility of the
contracting Exhibitor, and shall be notified in writing to THE ORGANIZER
asearly aspossiblebeforethestart of theExhibition.
14. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees are not
responsible for any loss, damage or delay incurred in freight shipments
(transport, handling and customs clearance) into and out of the country in
which the Exhibition is held. Exhibitors are urged to adequately insure all
shipments.
15. The Exhibitor expressly acknowledges that no representations-
whether oral or in writing-expressed or implied-have been made
concerning the amount of business to be gained from the Exhibition, its
success, or that THE ORGANIZER, or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates,
employees or other entities allied with it has made any guarantees or
assurances concerning the Exhibition. The Exhibitor further
acknowledges that this document constitutes the entire agreement and
thebindingrules andregulations existingbetweentheparties, andthat he
has been given no oral change or modification. No one is authorized to
makeany oral changesinthisagreement.
16. The agreement shall be governed by and construed according to
Indonesian law. Any dispute between the parties under this Agreement is
hereby submittedtothejurisdictionof theCourt of Central Jakarta.
17. The Exhibitor agrees to the use of the Exhibitor's company name,
company representative names, and company logo by THE ORGANIZER in
promotional materialsproducedtomarket thisevent.
RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW!
CONFERENCE
REGISTRATION FORM
Registration Code No:
Company Name:
Please Return the Original to the Organizer:
INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA
Event Secretariat:
Gedung Kantor Taman A-9 Unit C7 Lt. 4
Jl. Mega Kuningan, Lot 8-9
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
and Fax Copy to:
Fax +62 21 5764239
Phone +62 21 5764240
Contact Name:
Title:
Address:
City: ZIP:
Country: Email:
Telephone: Fax:
JAKARTA INTERNATIONAL EXPO, INDONESIA, 15
TH
17
TH
APRIL 2010
CONFERENCE FEE
Delegates Standard Rates 5% Discount
Groups 3 to 5 delegates *
10% Discount
Groups 6 to 10 delegates *
Industry Rate US$ 900 US$ 855 US$ 810
Exhibitor/ Sponsors/ Association Members US$ 810 US$ 769 US$ 729
Total number of delegate attending:
I will attend the plenary sessions (15
th
April 2010) I will attend the Plenary Session (16
th
April 2010) I will attend the Country Presentations (17
th
of April)
I will attend the Parallel Sessions (15
th
& 16
th
April 2010):
Power generation & Renewable Energy Transport Air Transport ICT Water & Sanitation Healthcare & Education
VAT 10% US$:
TOTAL US$:
Delegate passes include 1 senior level networking reception, 2 industry luncheons and 4 coffee breaks
* Please copy this form and repeat for each additional Delegates
PAYMENT SCHEDULE & PROCEDURE
x 100% of total charges due with completed Conference Contract Form
x By bank transfer to: PT. Infrastructure Asia - Bank: CIMB Niaga, branch: Warung Buncit
US$ - Acc. No. 212 . 02 . 00140 . 00. 8 Swift Code: BNIAIDJA
Amex Dinners Visa MasterCard
Card Number - - - Valid from - Expire Dates /
Card Holders Name: Card Holders Signature:
Upon receipt of this contract, the Organizer will issue an invoice. Upon receipt of the invoice from the Organizer payment is immediately due to confirm your participation as conference
delegate. This contract is only valid upon confirmed receipt of payment by the Organizer.
We hereby confirm our Conference participation at the INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA 2010 and we confirm our acceptance of the Rules & Regulations printed overleaf which form part of this
contract. The execution of this contract and its receipt by the Organizer is deemed conclusive evidence of the Participant's agreement to pay the full fees due.
THE CONTRACT IS NON-CANCELABLE BY THE DELEGATE. Delegate further acknowledges that the Organizer having incurred expenses as a result of the contract is not
require to refund any of the fees and that the Organizer is also entitled to any unpaid amounts that may be owing by the Delegate to the Organizer.
I AGREE TO THE BOOKING CONDITIONS ON THE RULES AND REGULATIONS AND HEREBY CONFIRM THAT I AM AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THIS CONTRACT.
Rp. 6,000
Duty Stamp
Authorized Signature: Name: Date: / /
CONFERENCE RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Participants shall be bound by the conditions, rules and regulations set forth in
this agreement and any changes must be made in writing and signed by an
authorized official of PT. INFRASTRUCTURE ASIA (hereinafter referred to as
THE ORGANIZER) who shall have full power to interpret and to make or
amend these rules, provided that such amendments and additions do not
operate to diminish the rights reserved for the Participants under this
Registration Form, and shall not operate to increase liabilities of THE
ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees.
2. No Participant shall be permitted to attend unless he has paid prior to the
Conference all of the fees agreed to on the reverse side.
3. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees will not be obligated to
put up any advertisement when the advertising materials submitted by the
Advertiser or Participant are received after the deadline. While every care and
attention is exercised, THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees
and the publisher of the Catalogue will not be responsible for any omission of
an advertisement, or for any errors or omissions on any advertising copy
submitted by the Advertiser or Participant. In the unlikely event of an omission
of an advertisement, the liability of THE ORGANIZER is limited to the refund of
the cost of the advertising space only.
4. The execution of the Conference Registration Form and its receipt by THE
ORGANIZER is deemed conclusive evidence of the Participant's agreement to
pay the full fees due. The Registration Form is non-cancelable, and the
Participant further acknowledges that THE ORGANIZER, having incurred
expenses as a result of the contract, is not required to refund any of the fees
agreed to on the reverse side, and that THE ORGANIZER is also entitled to any
unpaid amounts that may be owed by the Participant to THE ORGANIZER.
5. THE ORGANIZER, its Sponsors, Agents or Employees shall not be liable for
any loss, damage or delay resulting from acts of war, civil unrest, strikes or
lock-outs, change in regulation, military activity or any other circumstances
which shall make it impossible or inadvisable for THE ORGANIZER to hold the
Conference at the time and place provided, and THE ORGANIZER reserves the
right to reschedule the Conference at another date and/or at another site.
Furthermore, THE ORGANIZER will not be responsible for, and will be held
harmless from the consequences of any conflicts or misinterpretations, which
may arise with the host country, its agents or other bodies regarding any and all
aspects of the Conference, which may affect the Participants. The Participant
acknowledges that THE ORGANIZER will have sustained damages and losses
as a result of the foregoing as well, and shall and does hereby waive any claims
for damages or compensation. The sums paid to THE ORGANIZER as fees or
otherwise in connection with the Conference shall remain the property of THE
ORGANIZER. The Participant is responsible to obtain adequate insurance to
cover risk of this nature.
6. THE ORGANIZER is not responsible to assist the Participant in obtaining
passport and visa for entrance into the country where the Conference is to
be held. The fact that the Participant is unsuccessful in obtaining these
documents from the relevant authorities will not constitute a basis for
cancellation of this contract and it is clearly understood that no refunds
whatsoever will be made. The Participant, however, may assign this
contract to another party or company who meets the entry and government
formalities necessary for entry into the country where the Conference is to
be held. Such substitution shall be the sole responsibility of the contracting
Participant, and shall be notified in writing to THE ORGANIZER as early as
possible before the start of the Conference.
7. The Participant expressly acknowledges that no representations-whether
oral or in writing-expressed or implied-have been made concerning the
amount of business to be gained from the Conference, its success, or that
THE ORGANIZER, or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates, employees or
other entities allied with it has made any guarantees or assurances
concerning the Conference. The Participant further acknowledges that this
document constitutes the entire agreement and the binding rules and
regulations existing between the parties, and that he has been given no
oral change or modification. No one is authorized to make any oral
changes in this agreement.
8. The agreement shall be governed by and construed according to
Indonesian Law. Any dispute between the parties under this Agreement is
hereby submitted to the jurisdiction of the Court of Central Jakarta.
9. The Participant agrees to the use of the Participant's company name,
company representative names, and company logo by THE ORGANIZER
in promotional materials produced to market this event.
SECURE YOUR PARTICIPATION NOW!