The Japanese government will bring investors to Indonesia in the near future, the country�s Ambassador Kojiro Shiojiri said on Tuesday, adding that they are especially interested in the infrastructure and agriculture sectors, Antara reported.
"I cannot confirm the schedule, but our government�s policy is already there,� Shiojiri said.
"The government of Japan will continue to intensify cooperation in various fields with Indonesia, especially in the economic field," Shiojiri said.
It was reported early this year that Japan would extend at least $500 million in trade financing to Indonesia to assist the economy this year.
The $500 million financing package comes after Japan doubled the size of a currency-swap deal with Indonesia to $12 billion earlier this year.
Japan will also provide $1.5 billion in guarantees for Indonesia�s planned yen-denominated bonds, and a standby loan commitment of $1.5 billion this year.