The free trade agreement between Australia and Indonesia officially begins on July 5, which will see tariffs reduced and import permits guaranteed for a range of agricultural products.

The IA-CEPA has been touted as a big win for Australian farmers, but what opportunities has it unlocked for Indonesia?

Researcher Ashley Vines has been taking a look at the opportunities for Indonesian companies to invest in some of the emerging agricultural industries of northern Australia.

He spoke to ABC Rural about his report, entitled “Old Friends, New possibilities. Indonesian Investment in Northern Australian Agriculture”.

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