Non-oil and gas trade with China expected to reach USD 50bn in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews May 17, 2011
The value of non-oil and gas trade between Indonesia and China is estimated to reach USD 50bn during this year. As reported by Asia Pulse, the actual figure is estimated to exceed USD 50bn. The value of trade between the two countries was recorded at USD 42.75bn last year. China is one of country's main non-oil non-gas trade partners, as indicated by the value of their trade which was recorded at USD 12.5bn in the first quarter this year.
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