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Australia and Indonesia should forge business ties in lithium

Missing ingredient for Widodo's vision for EV sector is close at hand

| Australia
The Mt. Marion lithium mine in the Goldfields region of Western Australia: The country is home to the second-largest reserves of lithium. (Handout photo from Ganfeng Lithium) 

Nicholas Basan is a New Colombo Plan Scholar with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

"Potential" has long been used to describe the economic relationship between Australia and Indonesia, geographic neighbors with underdeveloped business links.

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