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Indonesia's forex reserves surge to US$127.9 billion in April 2020

Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves swelled to US$127.9 billion at April-end of 2020, from US$121 billion a month ...

Imported garlic to enter domestic markets this month: minister

Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto, said about 78 thousand tons of imported garlic will ...

BI projects 0.18 percent inflation rate in April 2020

Bank Indonesia (BI) estimated that the inflation rate in April 2020 will touch 0.18 percent based on results of a ...

Government exempts import duties and import tax on goods for COVID-19

The government exempted import duties and import taxes on goods for COVID-19 response to all parties, including the ...

Fisheries exports up amid COVID-19 pandemic: ministry

Indonesia’s fishery exports in the first quarter of 2020 increased as trade restrictions with China amid ...

Task force head confirms 52,000 tons garlic arrived from China

Some 52 thousand tons of garlic imported from China arrived in Indonesia in stages on Thursday to fulfill the domestic ...

Police confirm arrival of 6,800 tons imported onions in Indonesia

Some 6,800 tons of onions (Allium Cepa Linnaeus), or locally called bombay onions, imported from several countries, ...

Indonesia posts US$743.4 million trade balance surplus in March 2020

Indonesia's trade balance recorded a surplus of US$743.4 million in March 2020, with exports valued at $14.09 ...

Government ensures adequate food stocks until next 3-4 months

The government has made assurance of food stocks sufficing until the subsequent three to four months, Head of the Task ...

Foreign exchange reserves adequate to fulfill various needs: BI

Bank Indonesia (BI) ensured that foreign exchange reserves of US$121 billion as of the end of March 2020 were ...

Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves in March plunge US$9.4 billion

Indonesia's official reserve assets stood at US$121 billion, as of March-end 2020, $9.4 billion lower, from the ...

Reprimand regions closing off roads: President tells Home Minister

President Joko Widodo on Thursday urged Home Affairs Minister Tito Karnavian to admonish heads of those regions that ...

Government ensures availability of food commodities for Ramadhan

The government has ensured the availability of 11 food commodities by securing its supply, distribution, and price ...

Indrawati forecasts COVID-19 pandemic to dampen economic growth

Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati has projected a slowdown in Indonesia's economic growth to 2.3 percent, and ...

Promoting education services trade in ASEAN proves to be stimulating regional economic growth – says ASEAN-Japan Centre

- Education services is one of three social services1 subject to study by the ASEAN-Japan Centre (AJC) for promoting ...