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Syllabus of the Subject: India-Indonesia Economic Cooperation Agreement.

  1. Introduction to the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between Indonesia and India;
  2. Trade relations between India and Indonesia;
  3. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between Indonesia and India.

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India-Indonesia exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement.

Status of the India-Indonesia Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement: under consultation and study

  1. The projection of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement, estimates that the Indian exports to Indonesia could reach 7.8 billion dollars by 2020;
  2. Indonesian exports to India could increase to 9.7 billion dollars by 2020;
  3. To complement these estimated international trade gains, the welfare gains of the proposed Free Trade Agreement in products have been estimated using a multi-sector computable general equilibrium model;
  4. The welfare gains generated to India could be to the tune of 1% of the gross domestic product and Indonesia to the extent of 1.4% of the gross domestic product under the scenario of full tariff liberalization along with setting in place Foreign Trade facilitating infrastructure;
  5. India and Indonesia are important destinations for the foreign direct investment;
  6. India and Indonesia have adopted a proactive investment policies and measures to attract the foreign direct investment inflows.

The India-Indonesia Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement belongs to:

  1. Hindu Economic Area;
  2. Islamic Civilization.

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