The Indonesian Ambassador to Nigeria, Usra Hendra Harahap, says the trade volume of both countries saw a 10.7 percent increase last year.
Harahap, who spoke during the country 74th anniversary celebration reception in held Abuja, said: “The total bilateral trade recorded in 2018 reached up to USD 2.9 billion compared to the previous year which only recorded $1.6 billion – which is 10.7 per cent increase.
“Nigeria is not only a friend of Indonesia, but also an “important partner on the fields of politics economy, cultural exchange, education, science and technology.”
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According to him, the Indonesian government is targeting economic growth between 5.2 and 5.3 per cent.
Speaking on the Indonesia Africa infrastructure Dialogue held in Bali, Harahap said: “In 2018 alone the trade value between Indonesia and Africa reached over $11.06bn showing an increase of 25 per cent from the previous year.”
He said the Indonesian businesses in Africa also kept progressing with a total of 30 companies in Africa, 16 of which are in Nigeria.
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