Red-tape still a barrier to Australia-Indonesia ties
Ross B Taylor AM
President of the Perth-based Indonesia Institute Inc.
Over many years much has been said and written about the importance of Australia’s relationship with its large and near neighbor, Indonesia.
Australia’s former prime ministers also were clear about the importance of being good neighbors: Paul Keating said, “Indonesia is our most important relationship.” Tony Abbott famously talked about, “More Ind...
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