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September 29, 2020
The goal of Bank Indonesia is to achieve and maintain the stability of the rupiah. This goal is stipulated in article 7 of Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning Bank Indonesia.

Rupiah stability is defined, among others, as stability of prices for goods and services reflected in inflation. To achieve this goal, Bank Indonesia decided in 2005 to adopt the inflation targeting framework, in which inflation is the primary monetary policy objective, while adhering to the free floating exchange rate system. Exchange rate stability plays a crucial role in achieving price and financial system stability. For this reason, Bank Indonesia also operates an exchange rate policy designed to minimise excessive rate volatility, rather than to peg the exchange rate to a particular level..... read more 

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Monetary Policy Review
presents an evaluation of the latest developments in inflation, the exchange rate, and monetary conditions during the reporting month and decisions concerning the monetary policy response adopted by Bank Indonesia. MPR is published monthly after the Board of Governor's Meeting each February, March, May, June, August, September, November, and December


Economic Report on Indonesia
yearly published to the public, presents an evaluation of the economy including monetary and banking conditions as well as  payment system during the reporting year. ERI also highlights some issues in many areas of Bank Indonesia's concern


Report to Parliement (Only in ID)
presents an evaluation of the economy, monetary policy, banking and payment system and internal management of Bank Indonesia. This report is delivered quarterly to the Parliement


Liquidity Projection
published to the public twice a day via Bank Indonesia website, BI-SSSS and other instruments. The projection is intended to help manage liquidity needs and to improve the effectiveness of OMO
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