Workers operate sewing machines at a factory in Central Java that makes apparel – one of the sectors Indonesia plans to prioritise under the potential new trade deal with the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Workers operate sewing machines at a factory in Central Java that makes apparel – one of the sectors Indonesia plans to prioritise under the potential new trade deal with the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Indonesia

Indonesia looks to secure limited trade deal with US after Washington extends its GSP access

  • Deputy foreign affairs minister Mahendra Siregar says the potential agreement could double trade value between the countries to US$60 billion in five years
  • The proposal comes after Washington confirmed Jakarta was still eligible for Generalised System of Preferences status, a preferential tariff agreement

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Workers operate sewing machines at a factory in Central Java that makes apparel – one of the sectors Indonesia plans to prioritise under the potential new trade deal with the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Workers operate sewing machines at a factory in Central Java that makes apparel – one of the sectors Indonesia plans to prioritise under the potential new trade deal with the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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