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India Seeks Direct Investment in Indonesia: Globe

Investment which actually comes from India but is routed via Singapore is about $54 billion, according to New Delhi’s ambassador in Jakarta

Jakarta's population is currently 11 million. Photo: AFP


India hopes to explore the largely untapped economic potential in its relationship with Indonesia by making direct investments without a third-country channel, the Jakarta Globe reported.

“Indian investment in the last 20 years has been nearly $1.5 billion, but the investment which actually is from India but is routed from Singapore is about $54 billion,” New Delhi’s ambassador in Jakarta Manoj Kumar Bharti said.

Read the full report: Jakarta Globe.





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