Argentina seeks larger role in ASEAN

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Indonesia is Argentina’s largest trading partner in Southeast Asia

Argentina has become the first country in Latin America to establish a parliamentary relationship with the ASEAN bloc, which further highlights the global shift away from the crippled euro zone and the US towards emerging markets.

Indonesia also agreed to establish a strategic economic partnership with Argentina, focusing on investment made in the sectors of agriculture, engineering and sports, while Peru is pursuing a free-trade pact with the archipelago, Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

Reciprocally, Indonesia has begun searching out trade prospects in Latin America as of recent due to the precarious nature of consumer markets in developed nations.

Indonesia and Argentina have already nurtured a fruitful bilateral trade relationship: Indonesia is Argentina’s largest trading partner in Southeast Asia and fourth largest in Asia, while Argentina is Indonesia’s second biggest partner in South America.

Trade between Indonesia and Argentina soared to nearly $2 billion in 2011, in contrast to the $632.47 million registered in 2007, reported the Jakarta Post.

During his trip to Southeast Asia, Argentinean Foreign Minister Hector Timerman also stopped by the Philippines where he held talks with Philippine President Aquino regarding bilateral relations and the handling of territorial disputes, of which both countries are fused into.

Diplomatic discussion covered peaceful solutions to handle maritime issues between the Philippines and China, as well as historical UN resolutions that sought to solve the sovereign dispute between the UK and Argentina over the Malvinas Islands (Falkland Islands).

The two ministers agreed to work towards greater cooperation in the fields of science and technology, agriculture, diplomacy, trade and energy.

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Indonesia is Argentina’s largest trading partner in Southeast Asia

Argentina has become the first country in Latin America to establish a parliamentary relationship with the ASEAN bloc, which further highlights the global shift away from the crippled euro zone and the US towards emerging markets.

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Indonesia is Argentina’s largest trading partner in Southeast Asia

Argentina has become the first country in Latin America to establish a parliamentary relationship with the ASEAN bloc, which further highlights the global shift away from the crippled euro zone and the US towards emerging markets.

Indonesia also agreed to establish a strategic economic partnership with Argentina, focusing on investment made in the sectors of agriculture, engineering and sports, while Peru is pursuing a free-trade pact with the archipelago, Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

Reciprocally, Indonesia has begun searching out trade prospects in Latin America as of recent due to the precarious nature of consumer markets in developed nations.

Indonesia and Argentina have already nurtured a fruitful bilateral trade relationship: Indonesia is Argentina’s largest trading partner in Southeast Asia and fourth largest in Asia, while Argentina is Indonesia’s second biggest partner in South America.

Trade between Indonesia and Argentina soared to nearly $2 billion in 2011, in contrast to the $632.47 million registered in 2007, reported the Jakarta Post.

During his trip to Southeast Asia, Argentinean Foreign Minister Hector Timerman also stopped by the Philippines where he held talks with Philippine President Aquino regarding bilateral relations and the handling of territorial disputes, of which both countries are fused into.

Diplomatic discussion covered peaceful solutions to handle maritime issues between the Philippines and China, as well as historical UN resolutions that sought to solve the sovereign dispute between the UK and Argentina over the Malvinas Islands (Falkland Islands).

The two ministers agreed to work towards greater cooperation in the fields of science and technology, agriculture, diplomacy, trade and energy.

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