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Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn)

Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia

Year-on-year GDP growth was stable in the first quarter. Resilient household and public spending were mainly behind the reading. Activity should remain robust in the current quarter, although the pace of annual GDP growth will likely decelerate, mainly due to a fading low base effect. In April, consumer confidence and the manufacturing PMI rose. Moreover, inflation continued its downward trend. On the external front, in the same month, the trade surplus was wider than expected by markets, despite falling exports and imports amid lower prices for commodities. Meanwhile, in early May, the government decided to cut tax incentives for producers of lower-quality nickel, which should boost downstream investment and increase the value extracted from the country’s nickel reserves—the world’s largest.

Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment Chart

This chart displays Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn) for Indonesia from 2012 to 2021.

Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment Data

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn) 20.6 20.6 23.9 18.6 20.1

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