Information about the organisation, transformation and history of Bank Indonesia as the central bank of the Republic of Indonesia.
Information about the main functions and responsibilities of Bank Indonesia to achieve and maintain rupiah stability.
Information about the rupiah as the currency of the Republic of Indonesia managed by Bank Indonesia pursuant to prevailing laws and regulations.
Bank Indonesia’s publications include regulations, reports and papers, as well as the calendar of activities
Statistics include historical indicators for all sectors under the jurisdiction of Bank Indonesia.
Bank Indonesia offers various services, including requests for information, complaints, licensing and so on.
Bank Indonesia maintains public information in accordance with the Public Information Disclosure Act of 2008.
No.25/70/DKom Indonesia's International Investment Position (IIP) continued to record a lower net liability in the fourth quarter of 2022. At the end of the reporting period, Indonesia's IIP amassed a net liability totalling USD252.2 billion (19.1
No.25/66/DKom The latest Financing Supply and Demand Survey conducted in February 2023 indicates increasing new loan disbursements by the banking industry, as reflected by a positive weighted net balance (WNB) of 66.7% to reverse the -7.2% recorded
No. 25/65/DKom The BI Board of Governors Meeting agreed on 15th and 16th March 2023 to hold the BI 7-Day Reverse Repo Rate at 5.75%, while also maintaining the Deposit Facility (DF) rate at 5.00% and Lending Facility (LF) rate at 6.50%. The decision
No.25/63/DKom The position of external debt in Indonesia remained manageable in January 2023. At the end of January 2023, the position of external debt in Indonesia amassed a USD USD404.9 billion, thus experiencing a shallower 1.9% (yoy) contraction
No.25/61/DKom Macroeconomic condition in Indonesia continues to recover, thus making the Indonesian economy attractive to global investors and conducive to investment and trade. The manifestation of recovery is shown in the Indonesian Investm
No.25/60/DKom Respondents of the latest Retail Sales Survey conducted by Bank Indonesia predict annual retail sales to increase in February 2023, as reflected by faster 2.6% (yoy) growth in the Real Sales Index (RSI) to a level of 205.2, afte
No. 25/59/DKom As part of Indonesia's ASEAN Chairmanship in 2023, Bank Indonesia in synergy with the Bank of England (BOE) are hosting the hybrid BI-BOE Central Bank Workshop on Enhancing Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), Integrating Cross-Border P