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Chile – Indonesia relations refers to international relations between Chile and Indonesia. The two nations are both members within the Non-Aligned Movement, WTO, Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Intergovernmental Council of Copper Exporting Countries, and the Cairns Group. Indonesia maintains an embassy in Santiago. Chile maintains an embassy in Jakarta.
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Bilateral relations between Chile and Indonesia were established in 1964. These relations were strengthened by the establishment of the Indonesian embassy in Santiago in March 1991.
- (Indonesia-Chile Bilateral Relations)
- (Study on Potential Free Trade Agreement)
- (Indonesia's outreach towards Latin America)
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