Having undergone an encouraging degree of economic recovery in 2016, Indonesia’s economy, the largest in South-East Asia, looks set to […]
On 4 May 2016, Indonesia’s first quarter GDP growth data came in at 4.9% YoY, which was below consensus expectations […]
On 17 March 2016, Bank Indonesia cut rates for the third consecutive month, taking advantage of the strengthening rupiah and […]
Indonesia’s stock market and currency have had an excellent first quarter 2016, outperforming the rest of Asia and key global […]
For Indonesia, the signs of economic recovery are flashing now that the government has launched five stimulus packages, while the rupiah has gained.
The recent reform of fuel subsidies by the new government in Indonesia and a policy rate hike by Bank Indonesia should help boost GDP growth.
It took a fortnight to count the 135 million votes cast but on 22nd July the election of Joko Widoda (universally known as Jokowi) as Indonesia’s new president was confirmed with a higher winning margin than exits polls on election night had predicted.