Japan eyes stable energy supply with Indonesia pact


By George Nishiyama JAKARTA, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Japan and Indonesia signed a free-trade agreement on Monday that will not only end most import taxes, but also require Jakarta to commit to stable energy supplies for Tokyo. Resource-poor Japan is the world's largest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), and Indonesia is the number-one supplier of the gas for Tokyo, the second-biggest provider of coal and sixth for crude oil. The pact is Japan's eighth free-trade agreement and the ...

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