Indonesia seeks stronger cooperation with Kazakhstan

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Presidential palace in Astana, Kazakhstan

During a visit of Kazakh Economy and Budget Planning Minister Erbolat Dosaev in Jakarta on August 22 and a meeting with Indonesian Minister of Economics Muhammad Hatta Rajasa, closer economic cooperation between two countries were discussed, Kazakh media reported.

During the meeting, Rajasa said Indonesia was interested in a cooperation with Kazakhstan in transport, logistics, trade, investment, agriculture, oil and gas and tourism.

Dosaev replied that Indonesia occupies an “important place” in Asia for ​​Kazakhstan’s foreign policy.

“The potential for mutually beneficial cooperation is great,” Dosaev said.

According to Dosaev, the trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Indonesia  almost tripled in the first half of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012 and hit $150.5 million, while the volume of mutual trade between Kazakhstan and Indonesia was $23.83 million in 2010, $35.1 million in 2011 and $57.3 million in 2012.

Furthermore, a meeting of Kazakh-Indonesian intergovernmental commission on economy cooperation took place in Jakarta during the visit of the Kazakh delegation.



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[caption id="attachment_14391" align="alignleft" width="300"] Presidential palace in Astana, Kazakhstan[/caption] During a visit of Kazakh Economy and Budget Planning Minister Erbolat Dosaev in Jakarta on August 22 and a meeting with Indonesian Minister of Economics Muhammad Hatta Rajasa, closer economic cooperation between two countries were discussed, Kazakh media reported. During the meeting, Rajasa said Indonesia was interested in a cooperation with Kazakhstan in transport, logistics, trade, investment, agriculture, oil and gas and tourism. Dosaev replied that Indonesia occupies an "important place" in Asia for ​​Kazakhstan’s foreign policy. “The potential for mutually beneficial cooperation is great,” Dosaev said. According to Dosaev, the...

Astana-palace
Presidential palace in Astana, Kazakhstan

During a visit of Kazakh Economy and Budget Planning Minister Erbolat Dosaev in Jakarta on August 22 and a meeting with Indonesian Minister of Economics Muhammad Hatta Rajasa, closer economic cooperation between two countries were discussed, Kazakh media reported.

During the meeting, Rajasa said Indonesia was interested in a cooperation with Kazakhstan in transport, logistics, trade, investment, agriculture, oil and gas and tourism.

Dosaev replied that Indonesia occupies an “important place” in Asia for ​​Kazakhstan’s foreign policy.

“The potential for mutually beneficial cooperation is great,” Dosaev said.

According to Dosaev, the trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Indonesia  almost tripled in the first half of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012 and hit $150.5 million, while the volume of mutual trade between Kazakhstan and Indonesia was $23.83 million in 2010, $35.1 million in 2011 and $57.3 million in 2012.

Furthermore, a meeting of Kazakh-Indonesian intergovernmental commission on economy cooperation took place in Jakarta during the visit of the Kazakh delegation.



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