Indonesia’s external debt still under control: BI World

Indonesia’s external debt still under control: BI

Indonesia’s external debt remained under control at healthy levels, apparent from its about 37 percent external debt-to-Gross Domestic Product ratio at the end of February, relatively unchanged from the earlier month and within the average of peer nations, according to a statement from the Bank Indonesia (BI).
Indonesia to maintain stable monetary policy in 2019 World

Indonesia to maintain stable monetary policy in 2019

Bank Indonesia (BI) said on November 27 that it will continue to adopt its pre-emptive and ahead-of-the-curve monetary policy in a bid to maintain economic stability amid the high external pressure in 2019.
Indonesia forecasts 2019 growth of 5.1-5.5 percent World

Indonesia forecasts 2019 growth of 5.1-5.5 percent

Bank Indonesia (BI) has forecast that next year its national economy will grow at almost the same rate as this year’s estimation of 5.1 percent, and domestic consumption will continue to serve as the main engine of growth.
IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia World

IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s staff have raised a total of 2 billion Rupiah (around 131,000 USD) to assist survivors of earthquakes and subsequent tsunami in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province as well as quake-affected people in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara province.