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​No.25/22/DKom  Bank Indonesia (BI) opens the opportunity for the public to provide inputs or views on the concept of Digital Rupiah Development, as stated in the Consultative Paper Rupiah Digital Phase I (CP), published today (31/1) namely &quo

​​​​No.25/16​/DKom  ​ Broad money (M2), as a measure of liquidity in the economy, maintained positive growth in December 2022. Totalling Rp8,525.5 trillion, M2 growth was recorded at 8.3% (yoy) in December 2022. The development of M2 in the

​​​No.25/14​/DKom  ​The latest Banking Survey performed by Bank Indonesia in the fourth quarter of 2022 indicates positive growth of new loan disbursements, as reflected by a Weighted Net Balance (WNB) of 86.3%, remain strong despite retreating

No.25/13​/DKom  ​​The BI Board of Governors Meeting agreed on 18th and 19th January 2023 to raise the BI 7-Day Reverse Repo Rate (BI7DRR) by 25 bps to 5.75%, while also raising the Deposit Facility (DF) and Lending Facility (LF) rates by 25 bps

​No.25/12/DKom According to the latest Financing Supply and Demand Survey, new loan disbursements by the banking industry in December 2022 increased compared to the previous period. This was indicated by an uptick in the Weighted Net Balance (WNB) of

​No. 25/11/DKom ​According to the latest data published by BPS-Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia amassed a USD3.89 billion trade surplus in December 2022, thereby maintaining a positive trade balance since May 2020, despite retreating from USD5.13 bill

​No.25/10​/DKom Indonesia's external debt position remained manageable in November 2022.  At the end of the reporting period, the position of external debt in Indonesia stood at USD392.6 billion, with a 5.6% (yoy) contraction, continuing the con

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