ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Statisticians in Conclave

processing primary products and minerals at the disposal of Indonesia and the latter now sends its tin for processing to Malaysia. Malaysia has plans to establish free trade zones at its ports of Penang, Fort Swettenham and Malacca for Indonesian traders so that they could bring in their produce for sale and buy their requirements there without paying Malaysian duties. Two months ago the two countries signed a trade agreement which almost amounts to establishment of a common market. They are also mining a number of common programmes for development of their export trade, family planning, establishment of industries, shipping, mass communication, etc.

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