China and Indonesia signed a package of economic and trade cooperation agreements valued at USD6.6 billion on 08-Nov-2010, covering areas such as finance, energy, electricity and agriculture (Xinhua, 08-Nov-2010). China and Indonesia also proposed to increase bilateral trade volume between the two countries to USD50 billion by 2014.
China and Indonesia conclude USD6.6bn in trade agreements
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