26.11.2015 - As commodities swoon, neighbors find a need for each other
After two years of playing diplomatic tit for tat, the South Pacific's two major powers are now pushing to restore close relations, especially on the economic front. Their newfound bond can be traced to the commodities markets, which have served both nations well but are now tanking. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull earlier this month demonstrated the importance his government places on Indonesia by visiting the country -- before making trips to major trading partners like Japan and China. Turnbull took office in September...............................................Full Article: Source
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