JAKARTA, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Indonesia has agreed to cut import tariffs on range of products from Australia and New Zealand starting this year as part of a wider free-trade agreement with Southeast Asian nations, Trade Minister Mari Pangestu said on Wednesday. Indonesia will scrap import duties on aluminium, cotton, animal feed, salt and wheat flour from Australia, Pangestu said. "Indonesian products will include footwear and textiles which are still subject to high import tariffs," she ...
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