Mon, 26 Mar 2007
The government, bankers and business leaders agreed in a meeting Thursday (22/3/07) to give priority to financing expansion of 10 major industrial sectors to boost exports, Antara reported.

The sectors - textile, rubber, rubber goods, electronic, automotive component, forest product, crude palm oil, cacao and coffee processing industries - contribute 52% to the country's non oil/gas export earnings.

The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) and banks will discuss ways to finance the sectors.

Trade Minister Mari Pangestu said the sectors were the main contributors to the country's exports, which grew 17.6% last year.



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