Economic Outlook

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The main themes for Indonesian economy in the second quarter of 2016 revolve around subdued global growth, struggle to accelerate growth, and challenges for export diversification.
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Highlights 2016 Q1 GDP to grow at about 5.2% (yoy) and 2016 GDP to grow at 5.2-5.4% (yoy) Foreign investments led 2016 Q1 growth,consumption growth to continue at a moderate pace Current account deficit will be higher than 2015 2016 inflation to be within BI’s target, higher than 2015
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Highlights Foreign investment led Q4 2015 GDP, projected to continue in 2016 Consumption still dominates but fading Q4 2015 GDP to grow at around 4.9% (y-o-y), 2015 GDP to grow at around 4.8% (y-o-y), and 2016 GDP to grow at 5.2-5.4% 2016 inflation to be within BI’s target, higher than 2015
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After years of high commodity prices since mid-2000s and, subsequently, quantitative easing policies in developed economies on an unprecedented scale, Indonesia—along with the rest of emerging markets —became complacent and failed to enact badly-needed structural reforms.
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