Country planning to cooperate in four sectors with Russia.

By bne IntelliNews June 21, 2011
The Indonesian and Russian governments have decided to cooperate in four sectors, which include food security, energy, transportation as well as trade and investment. As reported by The Jakarta Post, Amir Sambodo, a staff expert for Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa stated that Russia expressed interests to invest approximately USD 6bn in the energy sector, especially in nickel as well as copper smelters in East Kalimantan. The two governments are likely to cooperate in developing nuclear energy, in the transportation sector, which includes railway infrastructure development, as well as the trade sector. The trade between both the countries increased 100% and reached USD 2bn last year.
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