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Malaysia and Indonesia mull free trade zone in Borneo at annual summit

Joint actions on palm oil exports to EU, mutual recognition of halal certificates

President Joko Widodo, left, met with Prime Minister Najib Razak in Kuching on Tuesday to discuss warming relations between Indonesia and Malaysia.

KUCHING, Malaysia -- The leaders of Malaysia and Indonesia said on Wednesday that they have agreed in principle to establish more trading points  along their border on the island of Borneo to strengthen bilateral ties.

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