The deputy chairman of the Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Didie Soewondo at a meeting in India on Monday said, India not only has a comparative advantage in education and human resource, its ICT education is also sophisticated.
Moreover, he also noted many companies from various sectors in Indonesia that required advanced technology in order to support their operations, and that India could provide such help.
Naina Lal Kidwai, president of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry was also present at the meeting. He said, "India's ICT sector is so large, so there is room for cooperation between both countries."
Adding that such conditions mean, there is an opportunity for both countries to benefit she said, "Indonesia's Internet penetration level is higher than India's. Meanwhile, some 12 million people work in the ICT sector, in India."
Industry leaders from both countries have great hopes on Indian ICT. They say India's ICT sector and resources can help boost Indonesia's education and health sectors.