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Bilateral Cooperation

Chad

I. PROFIL NEGARA

Official name : Republic of Chad
Government Type : Republik
capital : N’Djamena
Areas : 1.284 million km²
Hymne : La Tchadienne (French)
Population : 10,111,337 (as of July 2008); Majority Ethnics are: Sara (27,7%), Arab (12,3%), Mayo-Kebbi (11,5%), Kanem-Bornou (9%), Ouaddai (8,7%), Hadjarai (6,7%), Tandjile (6,5%), Gorane (6,3%), Fitri-Batha (4,7%), others  (6,4%),
Religion : Moslem (53,1%), Catholic (20,1%), Protestant (14.2%), Animism (7,3%), Atheist (3,1%)
Language : French (offial), Arabic (official), Sara (southern area)
Currency : Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (XOF); 1 US$ = 480,1 XOF (2007)
National Day : 11 August 1960 (independence day)
Head of State : Lt. Gen. Idriss Deby Itno (since 4 December 1990)
Head of Government : PM. Abbas (since 16 April 2008)
Minister for Foreign Affairs : Ahmad Allam-Mi
Political System : Multi-party
The Ruling Party : Patriotic Salvation Movement (MPS)
GDP : US$ 14.2 billion (2007)
GNP per kapita : US$ 1,500 (2007)
Main Export Commodities : Fuel, cotton, livestocks, and arabic rubber
Main Import Commodities : Machines, food stuff, tranportations equipments, industrial materials and textile
International Organization Participation : ACCT, ACP, AfDB, AU, BDEAC, CEMAC, FAO, FZ, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICCt, ICRM, IDA, IDB, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, Interpol, IOC, ITSO, ITU, ITUC, MIGA, NAM, OIC, OIF, OPCW, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO, UNOCI, UNWTO, UPU, WCL, WCO, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO
Importants Website Links : Government: http://www.primature-tchad.org/
Presidency Office: http://www.presidencetchad.org/

II. BILATERAL RELATION

a. Brief Bilateral Relation History

There is not yet diplomatic relation between Indonesia and Chad.  For Indonesia, Chad is accredited to the Indonesian Embassy in Dakar–Senegal.

b. Economic, Trade and Investment Relation

The bilateral relation in term of economic, trade and investment between the two countries is not well developed. One of the reasons is the political instability in Chad.  
 
Table of Bilateral Trade between Indonesia and Chad
2004- 2008 (in thousands US$)


2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Volume
364.00
3,053.20
3,070.20
14,394.90
5,881.40
Oil and Gas
182.00
1,526.60
1,535.10
7,197.40
2,940.70
Non-Oil and Gas
182
1526.6
1535.1
7197.5
2940.7
Export
182.00
1,526.60
1,535.10
7,197.40
2,940.70
Oil and Gas
88.9
378.2
24.7
207.9
456.3
Non-Oil and Gas
93.1
1148.4
1510.4
6989.5
2484.4
Import
88.90
378.10
24.80
207.90
456.30
Oil and Gas
93.1
1148.4
1510.4
6989.5
2484.4
Non-Oil and Gas
-4.2
-770.3
-1485.6
-6781.6
-2028.1
Balance
93.10
1,148.40
1,510.40
6,989.50
2,484.40
Oil and Gas
-4.2
-770.3
-1485.6
-6781.6
-2028.1
Non-Oil and Gas
97.30
1,918.70
2,996.00
13,771.10
4,512.50
  

Sources: Indonesian Statistics Bureau



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