Country to hold 3rd round of FTA feasibility study meeting with South Korea.

By bne IntelliNews October 18, 2011
Indonesia and South Korea are expected to conduct their 3rd round of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) feasibility study meet next week, as an attempt to announce the launch of free trade discussions this year. As reported by Asia Pulse, the two sides conducted their first round of feasibility study discussions on the comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA), which is similar to a free trade deal, in July this year. The bilateral trade between the two countries was registered at USD 22.9bn last year, with the country's imports from South Korea posting USD 8.9bn.
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