Australia's political leaders are talking up the benefits of a trade deal with Indonesia that is expected to open up a massive new market to businesses down under.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said legislation underpinning the deal would be debated in parliament on Monday and he had assured his Indonesian counterpart it was on track to pass.
Trade dominated his talks with Indonesian President Joko Widodo in Jakarta on Sunday.
Mr Morrison said he and his ministers have had tremendous engagement with their Indonesian counterparts in recent times, working through how to encourage greater Australian investment in Indonesia.
"The IA-CEPA, in particular, has some very big components that deal with skills transfer and education opportunities and we're looking forward to those being realised by Australian universities up here in Indonesia," he told reporters in Jakarta.
Labor has been under pressure to reject the deal by unions citing concerns about foreign labourers undercutting Australian jobs and provisions allowing companies to sue the government over law changes.
But leader Anthony Albanese has sought to stamp his authority on the decision.
He says these may not be the deals a Labor government would have made but they bring huge opportunity.
Indonesia is on track to become the world's fourth-largest economy by 2050 and it is planning to build a new capital city.
"All of that means jobs for Australian infrastructure companies, for Australian steel, Australian engineers, Australian architects, Australian planners, Australian legal officers and service deliverers," he told reporters in Sydney.
"There's enormous opportunity as a result of this agreement, which will see, on the one hand, two per cent of Indonesian goods into Australia, goods and services become tariff-free. And in return, 25 per cent of Australian goods and services into Indonesia, a growing market, be tariff-free."
The prime minister expects the legislation enacting trade deals struck with Indonesia, Hong Kong and Peru to pass the lower house quickly and head to the Senate when it next sits in mid-November.
Mr Morrison said Mr Widodo gave similar assurances that the Indonesian ratification was on track.