Tangerang, Banten — Indonesia and Australia are negotiating to exchange zero import tariffs for three products. Australia has asked Indonesia to remove tariffs for skimmed milk and skimmed milk powder; copper cathode and hot rolled coil (HRC) and cold rolled coil (CRC) steel, while Indonesia has asked Australia to lift import tariffs on Indonesian textiles. clothing and footwear. The Indonesian government would calculate the request comprehensively to seek a win-win agreement, the Industry Ministry’s industrial resilience and international access director general Harjanto said in a statement. As an example, Indonesia might ask Australia to invest in Indonesia in return for the user specific duty free scheme (USDFS) or zero tariffs from Indonesia for its products in addition to the removal of import tariffs for the three Indonesian products, the official said. “They can export raw materials but they should also invest here so there’s a technology transfer. We can then also export the end products we make from Australian raw materials,” he said in a statement issued on Thursday (12/10).