(Adds details on auto sector) By Fitri Wulandari and Yayat Supriatna JAKARTA, June 25 (Reuters) - Indonesia and Japan have reached a deal on a free trade pact, which could be implemented early next year, Jakarta's trade minister said on Monday. Mari Pangestu said that under the agreement 90 percent of all the tariffs that had been negotiated would be cut to zero -- including automotive materials, textiles and textile products, as well as on shrimp. "The negotiation has been ...
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