UPDATE 1-Japan eyes stable energy supply with Indonesia pact


(Adds comments from joint news conference) By George Nishiyama JAKARTA, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Japan and Indonesia signed a free-trade agreement on Monday that Tokyo hopes will help it secure vital energy supplies from the Southeast Asian nation. The pact, which is due to take effect early next year, will also eventually get rid of 92 percent of import taxes on bilateral trade. Japan is Indonesia's largest trading partner. Resource-poor Japan is the world's largest importer of liquefied ...

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