Indonesia signed a major comprehensive FTA with Japan in 2007. Right now, it is negotiating with New Zealand, Australia and India, while it is expected that talks with EFTA will commence soon.
As member of ASEAN, Indonesia is also party to FTAs with China, India, Korea, Australia and New Zealand and Japan. In February 2012 it signed a preferential trade agreement with Pakistan which the two governments intend to turn into an FTA in the near future.
last update: May 2012
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