ndonesian Ambassador Andi M. Ghalib has said that annual bilateral trade between Indonesia and India had grown from $4 billion to $10.55 billion within a span of four years between 2005 and 2009 following the strengthening of ties between the two nations after the visit by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to Indonesia in 2005.

Addressing an interaction with the members of the Kerala Chamber of Commerce and Industry here on Monday, he said the two countries shared a solid foundation of values, commitment to democratic pluralism and rule of law and genuine multilateralism.