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S. Korea-Indonesia CEPA ‘back on table’

  • The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Fri, December 7 2018   /  02:34 am
Resuming talks: Centre for Strategic and International Studies deputy executive director Medelina K. Hendytio (center) exchanges tokens of appreciation with Institute for International Economic Policy president Jae-Young Lee (right), while South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Chang-beom claps after a discussion forum in Jakarta on Wednesday. Kim said South Korean and Indonesian trade ministers had agreed to continue the Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement negotiations after the two countries failed to reach an agreement in 2014. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)(center) exchanges tokens of appreciation with Institute for International Economic Policy president Jae-Young Lee (right), while South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Chang-beom claps after a discussion forum in Jakarta on Wednesday. Kim said South Korean and Indonesian trade ministers had agreed to continue the Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement negotiations after the two countries failed to reach an agreement in 2014. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)

Resuming talks: Centre for Strategic and International Studies deputy executive director Medelina K. Hendytio (center) exchanges tokens of appreciation with Korea Institute for International Economic Policy president Jae-Young Lee (right), while South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Chang-beom claps after a discussion forum in Jakarta on Wednesday. Kim said South Korean and Indonesian trade ministers had agreed to continue the Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement negotiations after the two countries failed to reach an agreement in 2014. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)South Korea announced on Wednesday that the Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IK-CEPA) is “back on the table” after talks collapsed in 2014 as the two countries failed to reach an agreement. The announcement came earlier this week from South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Kim Ch...