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Australia Pushing For Indonesian FTA In 2017

by Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong

08 December 2016


Australian Trade Minister Steven Ciobo has said that he is visiting Indonesia to advance negotiations on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.

Ciobo said his trip "builds momentum to concluding the agreement in 2017."

According to Ciobo, "this agreement will create the framework for an era of closer economic engagement between our countries, creating new opportunities and markets for Australian exporters."

He added that the agreement will "help Australian exporters supply the growing needs of Indonesian consumers," and "create opportunities for Australian and Indonesian businesses to work together to tap into the burgeoning opportunities to our north."

In Jakarta, Ciobo will meet senior Indonesian ministers and Indonesian and Australian business leaders.

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