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The latest Prompt Manufacturing
Index-Bank Indonesia (PMI-BI) indicated stronger manufacturing industry
performance in the first quarter of 2021, moving into an expansionary
phase. This was confirmed by a reading
of 50.01% in
The latest edition of the Business Survey performed by Bank Indonesia revealed increasing business activity in the
first quarter of 2021, with the weighted net balance (WNB) moving into positive
territory at 4.50% from -3.90% in the f
The latest Retail Sales Survey
conducted by Bank Indonesia revealed a monthly improvement in the Real Sales
Index (RSI), as a measure of retail sales performance, in February 2021 to
-2.7% (mtm) from -4.3% (mtm) in January 2021.
No. 23/94/DKomGlobal economic momentum
is growing yet the multispeed recovery is accompanied by large disparities
between countries. Recovery momentum not
only rests on successful pandemic handling and vaccination program implementation
The latest Consumer Survey conducted by
Bank Indonesia revealed how consumer confidence continued to grow in March
2021, as confirmed by an increase in the Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) to a
level of 93.4 from 85.8 and 84.9 in
No. 23/92/DKomMonitoring economic conditions in Indonesia, particularly in terms of the Covid-19 impact, Bank Indonesia regularly publishes rupiah stability indicators, including the exchange rate and inflation, as follows: A. Exchan
Bank Indonesia is
supporting the Government to accelerate digitalisation of social aid program
(bansos) disbursements, otherwise known as G2P (Government-to-Person) 4.0. Bank Indonesia is accelerating digitalisation
through five measures to