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Statistics Indonesia (BPS) on Monday, March 1, reported that Indonesia's monthly inflation for the past two months had declined.
BPS states that the majority of households facing poverty in 2020 are the ones relying on agriculture as their main source of income.
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) on Monday reported that Indonesia's January 2021 trade balance saw a surplus up to US$1.96 billion.
Bad weather owing to high rainfall intensity affected the Consumer Price Index, resulting in an inflation, says Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS).
In December 2020, the trade balance recorded a surplus of US $ 2.1 billion, which is the eighth surplus in a row.
The central statistics agency, Statistics Indonesia or BPS, recorded December's export value at US$16.54 billion.
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) announced that the number of foreign tourist visits to the country in October 2020 declined drastically up to 88.25%.
BPS recorded that there had been 2.56 million people that are unemployed due to the economic effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) reported Indonesia's exports scored US$14.39 billion, which is a 3.09 percent month-to-month growth compared to September.
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) records that 33.34 million Indonesians are part-time workers or freelancers as of August 2020, up by 26 percent ytd.
Economist Adrian Panggabean said the country's Q3 economic growth at minus 3.49 percent is worse than market consensus and the government expectations
Indonesia's economy grew at a negative 3.49 percent, bringing the archipelago to a recession for two consecutive quarters.
The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) reported that 29.12 million people or 14.28 percent of the working-age population are affected by Covid-19.
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) announced Monday that foreign tourist visits in September only amounted to 153.5 thousand.
Economist Wisnu Wardhana predicts the core inflation drop could potentially continue in the coming months due to several factors.
There is almost no doubt that Indonesia will fall into recession, economist says.
Jakarta Central Statistics Agency (BPS) reported today that the inflation rate in the capital city was increased to 0.02 percent in September 2020.
The task force spokesperson responded to the BPS' recent survey which revealed that 17 percent of respondents believed they could not get Covid-19.
The Central Statistics Agency's (BPS) survey revealed that 17 percent of respondents believed they would not be infected with COVID-19.
Minister of Research and Technology Bambang Brodjonegoro said that all Indonesia can do now is wait for an announcement from the BPS.