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.
Bank Indonesia and The People's Bank of China have renewed the Bilateral Currency Swap Arrangement (BCSA) on January 21, 2022. The Agreement allows for the exchange of local currencies between the two central banks of up to CNY250 billion or IDR550 trillion (about USD 38.8 billion equivalent). It is valid for three years, and can be extended upon mutual consent. The Agreement will further promote the bilateral trade and direct investment in local currencies for economic development of the two countries as well as indicate the commitment of both central banks to strengthen financial market stability.
The Agreement was first established in March 2009 and has been amended several times and extended since. It reflects the strong ongoing financial cooperation between Bank Indonesia and The People's Bank of China, and will continue building market confidence in the economic fundamentals of both countries.
Jakarta, 27th January 2022
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