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  • Imports from Indonesia A$9,054 million
  • Exports to Indonesia A$6,906 million
  • Capital Jakarta
  • Official Language Bahasa Indonesia
  • Area 1,905,000 sq km
  • Population 248.0 million

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Australia supports APEC scholarships portal (Ministerial)
24 Feb 2015
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Signature of AANZFTA Protocol (Ministerial)
27 Aug 2014
The Minister for Trade and Investment, Andrew Robb, joined Ministers from ASEAN Member States and New Zealand in signing the First Protocol to Amend the Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New ...

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Country Profile

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    With an estimated population approaching 250 million, a swelling middle class of around 45 million people and exceeding one trillion dollars, Indonesia’s economic potential is significant. Indonesia, already the largest economy in Southeast Asia, is projected to be the world’s seventh largest economy by 2030. Over the past ten years, Indonesia’s GDP growth has averaged over 5.8 per cent a year, well above growth in the previous decade.
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    Australia continues to work closely with Indonesia in in multilateral, global and regional fora, including the World Trade Organization (WTO), APEC and the G20, to support global and regional trade liberalisation and economic growth. Indonesia and Australia work together in the Cairns Group of Agricultural Fair Traders (the Cairns Group) to increase liberalisation in international trade in agricultural products during the current round of WTO negotiations.
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    AANZFTA is the largest FTA Australia has concluded. ASEAN and New Zealand together account for 18 per cent of Australia's total trade in goods and services, worth A$110 billion in 2011. AANZFTA is in force for all 12 signatory countries of the Agreement: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The Agreement entered into force for Indonesia on 10 January 2012.
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ASEAN–Australia–New Zealand Free Trade Agreement

The AANZFTA is Australia’s largest free trade agreement and represents a population of 600 million and combined GDP of over A$3 trillion in 2008.

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Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

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APEC Business Travel Card Scheme

Managed by the Department of Immigration, the APEC Business Travel Card Scheme was developed to make travelling within the 21 APEC member countries much simpler and more efficient.

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