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26/03/2021Sr. Canciller The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Mercosur OPINION
The Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR) was founded upon the signing of the Treaty of Asuncion in 1991 by Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The bloc is a historic achievement in the region and one of the major milestones in Latin American economic integration, which was intended to overcome the previous logic of rivalry between the countries and establish cooperation dynamics.
11/11/2020Economía The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Relaciones Bilaterales Dzulfiqar Fathur Rahman
Indonesia is also currently pursuing trade deals with Latin American trade bloc Mercosur, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, said Kasan Muhri, the director general for national export development at the Trade Ministry.
15/05/2020Economía The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Economía Internacional
The G20 on Thursday pledged to avoid "unnecessary" trade barriers on essential goods including food during the coronavirus pandemic, after the WTO and IMF warned over the growing use of export restrictions.
20/04/2020Economía The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Economía Internacional Dian Septiari
Top diplomats from 13 countries of a cross-regional network, including Indonesia, Singapore and Canada, have agreed on key principles of keeping transportation links and supply chains open to cushion the impacts of COVID-19 on global trade and economy.
09/09/2019Economía The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Relaciones Bilaterales Muhammad Anshor
Indonesia and Chile have entered a new chapter of bilateral relations with the Indonesia-Chile Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IC-CEPA), which entered into force on Aug. 10.
24/07/2019Argentina The Jakarta Post - Indonesia
Indonesia has received the green light from the Argentinian government to export its tropical fruits such as mango, banana and mangosteen to the country as part of the two countries’ commitment to double their two-way trade value within the next three years.
23/07/2019Argentina The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Relaciones Bilaterales Rachmadea Aisyah
Argentina is not among Indonesia’s main export destinations, which is reflected in the latter’s agriculture exports. Indonesia exported a total of US$25.1 million in agricultural products to Argentina last year but imported $1.38 billion from the South American country in the same period, leading to a $1.13 billion deficit on Indonesia's side.
10/05/2019Argentina The Jakarta Post - Indonesia Economía
The government is considering importing beef from Argentina to reduce the country’s dependency on traditional suppliers like Australia and New Zealand, Agriculture Minister Andi Amran Sulaiman has said.