Indonesia Free Trade Agreement a Possibility as Canada Looks to the Indo-Pacific

Indonesia and Canada have commenced negotiations for a free trade agreement or, as it is known officially, the Indonesia-Canada Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (ICA-CEPA). The announcement was made jointly and simultaneously on 21 June (Jakarta time) by Indonesian Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi and the Canadian Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, Mary Ng, on 20 June (Ottawa time). The first round of negotiations is expected to commence later this year. Read More.

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