The Jakarta Post
Relations between Morocco and Indonesia, especially in economic ties, have been “expanding” in recent years as more and more Indonesian products have been flowing into the North African country, an Indonesian minister has said.
“Our relations with Morocco are expanding and encouraging. The trade between the two countries reached US$214.32 million in 2015. But this figure doesn’t reflect the real potential of both countries,” Public Works and Public Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono said at the Moroccan National Day reception in Jakarta on Saturday night.
“We have not yet tapped into the great potential for cooperation with Morocco. We will jointly explore opportunities to enhance economic cooperation between the two countries”.
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