Indonesia Economy

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Indonesia is an archipelago in Southeast Asia and is the largest economy in the region. It is a member of the G20 countries and has an emerging market economy in which the government plays a large role by owning over 164 enterprises and sets prices for various goods such as fuel, rice, and electricity. Indonesia has a nominal GDP of $846 billion, placing it at 16th in the world.

Major Indonesia Indicators

Period Value % Chg Prev
Components of GDP (View all 1)
Indonesia Exports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 177.88B USD -2.35%
Indonesia Imports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 170.66B USD -4.38%
Consumer Prices (View all 1)
Indonesia Inflation (NSA) 2016 3.53% -44.59%
Economic Activity Indexes (View all 1)
Indonesia Economic Freedom Index 2017 61.90 4.21%
Employment (View all 1)
Indonesia Unemployment Rate (NSA) 2017 5.77% 3.02%
Energy (View all 1)
Indonesia Gas Rig Count Nov 2017 2.00 100.0%
Environment (View all 1)
Indonesia CO2 Emissions (NSA) 2014 464176.2 kt -5.31%
Government Assets and Liabilities (View all 1)
Indonesia Government Debt (NSA) 2014 24.70% of GDP -0.61%
International Transactions (View all 1)
Indonesia Exports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 177.88B USD -2.35%
Indonesia Imports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 170.66B USD -4.38%
Personal Income and Spending (View all 1)
Indonesia GINI Index (NSA) 2013 39.50
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