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USAI has led and sponsored a handful of delegation and exchanges to the ASEAN nations including Singapore and Indonesia.

Singapore

 

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #8

November 14-23, 1997

Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 5 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with government officials, ministries, the Singapore News, and paid a visit to the parliament.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #7

May 23 – June 1, 1997

Objectives: Economics and Trade
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 4 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with MPs of the Singapore Parliament, various ministries, the Singapore News, and the Parliament House.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #6

November 15-24, 1996

Objectives: Economics and Trade
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 6 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with ministers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and the Minister for Information and Arts. The delegation also paid visit to the Parliament House, held a meeting with editors from the Singapore News, and other members from the private sector and think tanks.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #5

April 1996

Objectives: Economics and Trade
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 5 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation paid visits and held meetings at the Parliament House, with government officials, ministries, think-tanks, and business leaders

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #4

August 27 – September 4, 1994

Objectives: Economic Development and Trade
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 6 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation had meetings with MPs of Singapore’s Parliament, ministers from various ministries, think-tanks, and members of the business community. They also met with officials from the U.S. State Department, APEC, and the US-ASEAN Council.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #3

Novemeber 28 – December 5, 1993

Objectives: Economics and Trade
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: 6 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation had meetings with members of parliament, various ministries and their head ministers, and the U.S. Embassy.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Singapore #1

June 1991

Objectives: Trade, Security, Foreign Policy
Partners: Singapore International Foundation
Delegates: Several Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with government officials, ministries, think-tanks, and business leaders.

 

Indonesia

 

Congressional Staff Study Group to Indonesia #3

August 21 – September 5, 1993
Jakarta, Aceh, Yogyakarta, East Timor, Bali, Batam Island, Galang Island

Objectives: Transmigration, Environment, Multilateral Trade, and East Timor.
Partners: Indonesian Parliament & Embassy of Indonesia.
Delegates: 10 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with various members of the parliament, ministries, U.S. ambassador to Indonesia, Mobil Oil Complex, PERTAMINA (state oil company), and a USAID project in Mageleng.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Indonesia #2

August 18 – September 1, 1991
Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, East Timor, Bali, Batam Island, Galang Island

Objectives: Environment, Multilateral Trade, Agriculture, Intellectual Property Rigths, East Timor
Partners: Indonesian Parliament & Embassy of Indonesia
Delegates: 8 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with Indonesian Parliament members, ministers of various ministries, PERTAMINA (state oil company), CSIS officials, and USAID projects in Denpasar.

Congressional Staff Study Group to Indonesia #1

August 19 – September 1, 1990
Jakarta, Pabelokan Island, Balikpapan, Yogyakarta, Dilli, Den Pasar

Objectives: Transmigration, Reforestation, Environement, Trade, and East Timor
Partners: Indonesian Parliament & Embassy of Indonesia
Delegates: 8 Congressional staff members and legislative researchers.
Meetings: The delegation met with members of the Indonesian Parliament, the U.S. ambassador to Indonesia, various ministers and ministries, offshore drilling facilities, think tanks, and the Governor of East Timor.