JAKARTA, July 27 (Reuters) - Indonesia aims to nearly double its non oil-and-gas exports to Japan to $20 billion by 2010 after reaching a free trade deal last month, a government official said on Friday. Japanese officials have said the agreement aims to end tariffs on about 93 percent of the goods Japan imports from Indonesia, such as industrial products, fruit and shrimps, within seven years after it is signed. Indonesia's non-oil and gas exports to Japan were expected to reach $20 ...
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