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Indonesia opened the beginning of 2023 with exemplary achievements based on poverty indicators recorded at the end of 2022. The number of poor people in Indonesia had a slight increase, but the percentage of poor people has remained in the single digits and other indicators also improved, such as the poverty depth index, poverty severity index,...
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Green economy and low-carbon development have emerged as one of key economic development strategies in Indonesia. This strategy is meant to ensure future development not only results in high economic growth, but also secures social welfare and environmental sustainability. This strategy has also become a joint commitment of the G20 countries at the Bali Summit...
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Pressured by increasing global energy and food prices combined with seasonal patterns of Christmas and year-end festivity, Indonesia ended 2022 with headline inflation of 5.51% (y.o.y), making the full 2022 headline inflation far above BI’s target corridor. Meanwhile, Rupiah experienced slight appreciation in mid-January to around IDR15,100 per US Dollar supported by modest capital inflows...
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Overall, we observe an increasing trend of inflation rate throughout 2022 and the figures were higher than that of the pre-pandemic level. It hit the highest level in September 2022 at 5.95%, the highest since October 2015. The high inflation from January to August 2022 was mainly contributed by volatile inflation, which reached its peak...
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In several social and economic aspects, the measurement of gender inequality might be one indicator to track on country’s development. Indonesia has shown good progress over time in the Gender Inequality Index. Even so, in several other indicators, some improvements can still be made. Participation in national health insurance is a program with a small...
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November inflation stood at 5.42% (y.o.y), continuing its deceleration pattern in the last three months. A combination of seasonal events as well as impact of inflation controlling efforts by the government and central bank has resulted in a sooner-than-expected inflation peak and more benign inflation rate towards the end of 2022. On the other hand,...
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Year-on-year (YoY) inflation in November 2022 was reported at 5.42%, a decrease of 0.29% compared to annual inflation in October 2022. This inflation was mainly due to administered prices component which experienced YoY inflation of 13.01%. YoY inflation occurred in all sectors except the information, communication and financial services sector (-0.40%). The most significant price...
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