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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  • 27-Apr-2016 The Jakarta Post Indonesia-EU CEPA set for 2019
    Official negotiations on the Indonesia-European Union comprehensive economic partnership agreement ( IE-CEPA ) will commence within the next 4 to 6 months, with completion targeted for 2019.
  • 8-Apr-2016 Indonesia for Global Justice Jokowi sets to start Indonesia-EU negotiations
    Trade Minister Thomas Trikasih Lembong expressed optimism that Indonesia-European Union trade negotiations would be kicked off soon.
  • 7-Apr-2016 Antara RI, PNG agree to forge bilateral ties
    Indonesia and Papua New Guinea have agreed to forge relations between the two countries.
  • 25-Mar-2016 The Jakarta Post Indonesia to focus on digital economy, services
    The government aims to boost cooperation for the digital economy and services sectors within the framework of the ongoing Indonesia-Australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement.
  • 27-Jan-2016 The Jakarta Post Indonesia to speed up EU CEPA negotiation
    Indonesia will speed up negotiations on the Indonesia-European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA).
  • 7-Dec-2015 IA Reporter Indonesia ramps up termination of BITs – and kills survival clause in one such treaty – but faces new $600 mil. claim from Indian mining investor
    The Republic of Indonesia has made good on an earlier promise to begin phasing out some of its 67 odd bilateral investment treaties.
  • 26-Nov-2015 The Jakarta Post RI-EU CEPA paves way for TPP
    The Indonesia-EU Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA), which is expected to come into effect within the next two years, is likely to ready Indonesia to join the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
  • 27-Oct-2015 The Jakarta Post Do we need investment treaties?
    The essential purpose of investment treaties is to promote and protect foreign investment. This view is likely to be the reasoning of Indonesia when making bilateral investment treaties.
  • 15-Jun-2015 Vietnam signs FTA with EEU: What about Indonesia?
    In its quest for new markets and more opportunities, Vietnam — the rising star of ASEAN — signed a historic free trade agreement (FTA) with the newly established Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) on May 29 in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.
  • 5-Jun-2015 Today Indonesia not renewing 2005 bilateral agreement
    Indonesia has informed Singapore that it does not want to continue with a bilateral agreement signed in 2005 by both countries to promote greater investment flows, and this is an issue that must be addressed for both nations to boost economic ties, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
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