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Pence touts $10 billion in U.S.-Indonesian trade and investment deals

April 21, 2017
Vice President Mike Pence, in Indonesia on Friday, announced with his counterpart there a raft of “trade and investment agreements” worth more than $10 billion. The deals – involving U.S. corporations like General Electric and Lockheed Martin – include “the delivery of cutting-edge U.S. technologies to help meet Indonesia’s energy needs and process waste into valuable byproducts,” the White House said in a statement. Pence appeared with Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla for the announcement. One example of the types...


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