INDONESIA, Bali — Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Novyan Anindya Bakrie, said the reduction in public services and operational offices in the U.S. government shutdown due to the budget crisis could trigger public concern, including in Indonesia. However, he believes the U.S. will not let the matter drag on.
“Right now the economy is still in limbo. situation is still a public inquiry, the incident frightened shutdown is actually causing public fear, “said Anindya today on the sidelines of the meeting of Advisory Board APEC Business (ABAC) in Jimbaran, Bali. Together with five other executives, Andindya present as members of the Indonesian ABAC.
Chairman Bakrie Global Ventura considered that the impact of the U.S. government’s budget crisis – that has so far left at least 800,000 employees laid off more on perception problem, given the current world economic situation was still not stable. Besides the issue of perception, the crisis in the U.S. could limit the mobility of entrepreneurs to the United States (U.S.). But he is optimistic that this situation will not last long in the U.S.. He is optimistic that the U.S. government can be overcome.
“I still believe in every U.S. conflict, there’s always be an end. In this case, a maximum of one week,” he said. It was, said Anindya, because President Barack Obama won majority support in public.
As a member of ABAC, Anindya still believe Obama could still come to Nusa Dua, Bali, to attend the APEC summit despite the country being plagued by budget conflict.
The U.S president planned to depart Oct. 5 on an eight-day tour of Asia and was scheduled to make stops in four countries and participate in three international summits, including the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Bali, Indonesia. / (ANTARA PHOTO / Nyoman Budhiana)