US announces US$10 billion in Indonesia deals
The 11 mostly energy and defense deals include agreements with ExxonMobil, GE and Lockheed Martin
US Vice President Mike Pence announced US$10 billion in agreements between US and Indonesian companies on Thursday, reports Bloomberg.
The deals include agreements with ExxonMobil to supply liquid natural gas, with Lockheed Martin to provide F-16 fighter jet technology, and with General Electric to build electrical infrastructure.
Pence emphasized that the deals “represent the tremendous excitement that American companies feel about opportunities in Indonesia.”