The trigger for this research was a request from overseas buyers for colourful dried seaweed (purple, green and red), with colour indicating an abundance of the active ingredient.
“Trade tariffs on all Indonesian products exported to Australia will be eliminated. This tariff preference under the IA-CEPA should be utilised optimally by Indonesian business.”
There is little evidence Jokowi sees trade deals as a way to drive liberalising domestic economic reforms at home.
The Indonesian-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement has come into effect, with Australia’s Trade Minister touting its benefits.
The relocation of factories, including South Korea’s LG and Japan’s Panasonic, will bring potential employment for 30,000 workers.
This year is going to be a tough one for trade but amid the chaos and collapsing supply chains an unlikely agreement has broken through.
The slump has forced Blue Bird to rework its capital spending, deciding to postpone the expansion of its electric vehicle fleet until demand recovers.
Local institutions, both private and state-owned, have since racked their brains to meet domestic demand in the face of disrupted global supply chains.
For example, Indonesia is allowing Australian exporters to use an electronic certificate of origin in order to claim free trade agreement benefits for its exported products.
Training a traditional industry to adapt to smart logistics takes time, but most are open to it, says Waresix CEO Andree Susanto.
International education is in crisis, both in Australia and around the world. It is time for Australians to learn more about international education and why it is important.
Australia and Indonesia have finally ratified a bilateral Free Trade Agreement but cold chain issues and live cattle disputes are clearly still holding food trade back.