The Indonesian trade minister said Saturday that China agreed to lend two billion dollars for investment in Indonesia's infrastructure. Beijing will give Jakarta 1.8 billion dollars worth of preferential export buyer's credits as well as a concessional loan of 263 million dollars, said the minister, Mari Pangestu, after a meeting with China's Minister of Commerce Chen Deming. She said Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao would sign the agreement during a visit to Indonesia this month. Indonesia plans to spend 140 billion dollars in the next five years to improve its poor infrastructure and help it reach an economic growth target of seven percent. The government has said it would aim to attract 90 billion dollars of that total from private investors.