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The latest Supply and Demand Financing Survey indicated
growing corporate demand for financing in September 2021 compared with conditions
one month earlier, as indicated by an increase in the weighted net balance
(WNB) to 11.1% from
No.23/263/DKomIndonesia's external debt in August 2021 remained manageable. The external debt position at the end of August 2021 was recorded at USD423.5 billion or grew by 2.7% (yoy), higher than 1.7% (yoy) in the previous period. Such development was
No.23/262/DKomJapan and Indonesia renewed the Bilateral Swap Arrangement (BSA) today. The Bank of Japan, acting as agent for the Minister of Finance of Japan, and the Bank Indonesia signed the third Amendment and Restatement Agreement of the third BSA. T
Thelatest Prompt Manufacturing Index-Bank Indonesia (PMI-BI) slipped below the
50-point threshold that separates expansion from contraction in the
manufacturing sector at 48.75% in the third quarter of 2021 from 51.45% in the
The latest Business Survey performed by
Bank Indonesia revealed how business expansion was maintained in the third
quarter of 2021 despite moderation compared with conditions in the previous
period. This was confirmed by a decrease
Retail Sales Survey performed by Bank Indonesia pointed to improving retail
sales performance in August 2021. Furthermore, retailers also predicted further
incremental sales gains in September 2021, as reflected by a shal
The latest Consumer Survey performed by Bank Indonesia in
September 2021 indicated growing consumer confidence in economic conditions in
response to greater public mobility after the Government relaxed
restrictions. The Consum