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Lombok Indonesia
WA should take the first step in building agric ties with Indonesia. Australian technology and marketing tied in with skilled farmers and increased opportunities for Indonesia . I have been here for 18 years and have always wondered at the lack of interest by Australian agri entrepreneurs in Indonesia. Aus aid and others have had no visible success in my eyes and continue to window dress mixed with politics, a hopeless mix! Australians and Indonesians could work well in developing agriculture here in Indonesia as long as the right concept is developed and implemented hard with local private businesses. Andrew Cockburn

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