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  • Imports from Indonesia A$6,013 million
  • Exports to Indonesia A$5,160 million
  • Capital Jakarta
  • Official Language Bahasa Indonesia
  • Area 1,905,000 sq km
  • Population 248.0 million

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Exports to key Asian trade partners increase (Ministerial)
5 Jun 2014
he Australian Bureau of Statistics Trade in Goods and Services April data released today shows that Australian exports have increased 11 per cent from last year with resources exports increasing 19 pe ...
Media releases
APEC Forum confirms economic gain by increasing women’s participation (Ministerial)
27 May 2014
The 2014 APEC Women and the Economy Forum (WEF) has strongly reaffirmed the importance of unlocking the immense economic opportunities that come from increasing women’s participation in the regional e ...

Doing Business

On 10 January 2012 the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) entered into force for Indonesia; Australia’s most ambitious trade deal to date. Australian business is urged to take a close look at the opportunities created by the agreement, as it will deliver real commercial benefit for Australian exporters and investors doing business in Indonesia.

More information on doing business in Indonesia

Country Profile

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  • ECONOMIC CLIMATE
    The Indonesian economy withstood the global financial crisis better than many analysts expected and has continued to grow strongly since.
    » read more at DFAT
  • TRADE RELATIONS
    Indonesia is our fourth largest trading partner in ASEAN and our 12th largest trading partner overall.
    » read more at DFAT
  • FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS
    The Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA) is Australia’s most ambitious trade deal to date.
    » read more at DFAT

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.

More information on AANZFTA

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OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Multinational Enterprises should be aware of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises that provide voluntary principles and standards for responsible business behaviour in a variety of areas, consistent with applicable domestic laws. These Guidelines are endorsed and promoted by the Australian Government. For more information, go to the AusNCP website.

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a voluntary mechanism which promotes and supports improved governance in resource-rich countries through the full publication and verification of company payments and government revenues from oil, gas, and mining.

The EITI is supported by governments, industry, and non-government organisations around the world. The Australian Government supports the EITI and encourages Australian companies operating internationally to comply with its recommendations.

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.

IP Passport fact sheets

These fact sheets outline foreign Intellectual Property (IP) regimes and some of the issues and challenges which may be faced by Australian exporters.

The current fact sheets are available on the IP Australia website.

  • International Readiness Indicator

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    Austrade's International Readiness Indicator is an online tool to help Australian businesses determine whether they are ready for exporting.

    International Readiness Indicator

  • How Austrade can help

    Austrade provides information and advice to assist Australian companies reduce the time, cost and risk associated with exporting.

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