Trade on agenda for Indonesian president's first NZ visit
Trade will be the main topic on the agenda during Indonesian President Joko Widodo's first visit to New Zealand on Monday. Tension on the trade-front has lessened between the two countries in recent years with Indonesia dropping trade barriers against New Zealand by order of the World Trade Organisation last year. Two-way trade hit one-point-seven-billion-dollars last year and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants to see that number rise. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations New Zealand Business Council links businesses within the ten-member block, that includes New Zealand and Indonesia. Its chair Kenneth Leong talks to Kim Hill about the visit.