Japan, Indonesia agree to boost maritime ties

which is majority owned by Japan’s Inpex. Inpex had proposed a plan to develop the project offshore, but Indonesia said last year the project will be developed onshore instead. Nikkei staff writers Jun Suzuki and Bobby Nugroho in Bogor contributed to this …
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