The agreement also aims to promote cooperation in this sector, including the development of alternative energies. In addition, the IJEPA provides for the agreement on the exchange of information on public procurement, the protection of intellectual property, the promotion of competition through the fight against competition, the improvement of the business environment and the promotion of business confidence. IJEPA is expected to create a climate that will greatly facilitate Japan`s investment push and the construction of its production sites in Indonesia. Indonesia and Japan should also, by signing the IJEPA, promote their economic competitiveness and further strengthen the partnership through capacity-building cooperation, which will bring prosperity and stability to the people of both countries and provide an important basis for building an East Asian community. The IIA Mapping Project is a collaborative initiative between UNCTAD and universities around the world to map the content of IIAs. . . .