Bogor Agreement

Frederick the Great Summer Palace of Prussia in front of Potsdam, Sanssouci, with the same meaning in English.) [22] [23] Around the same time, the first mention of Bogor as the local name of the city was documented; it was mentioned in the administrative report of 7 April 1752 concerning the part of Buitenzorg, adjacent to the palace. [24] Later, this name was used for the whole city as a local alternative to Buitenzorg. [22] It is assumed that this name comes from the Javanese word bogor, which means sugar palm (Arenga pinnata), still used in the Indonesian language. [24] [25] Alternative origins are the ancient word javelu bhagar (means cow) or simply the misthrapretation of „Buitenzorg“ by local residents. [24] – Tariffs have fallen, free trade agreements are improving market access to goods and services, and customs reforms are making trade cheaper and faster. But there is still a lot to be done…