ASEAN, US focus on education, trade and forestry
Endy M. Bayuni
The Jakarta Post
US President Barack Obama and Southeast Asian leaders agreed on Friday to intensify US engagement in the region, but modified their ambitions by setting priorities, placing education, trade and forestry at the top of their list for cooperation.
Vice President Boediono, who represented Indonesia at the Second ASEAN-US Summit, told journalists that while ASEAN welcomed the prospect of buildi...
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