China Trade with Indonesia

China investment in Southeast Asia

  • Total Trade growing at 20% (CAGR) since 2000
  • Indonesia's natural resource and petrochemical exports to China are key contributors increasing to 47% and 15% of total exports 2009 respectively
  • China are exporting increasingly more electrical equipment and machinery to Indonesia.
Source: CIMB Group, Asean-China SME Conference, 2011

In May 2011, China's Premier Wen Jiabao announced in Jakarta during a two-day visit to Indonesia that his government had promised Indonesia $9 billion worth of loans for infrastructure on Friday after meeting with his counterpart, President Susilo Yudhoyono. China is also seeking to double trade with Indonesia and get access to natural gas, palm oil and coal.

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