Exports from Indonesia grew 35.3 percent from a year earlier in December of 2021, below market consensus of a 40.4 percent rise and after a 49.7 percent jump in the prior month, amid a slowdown in global demand as more countries relaunched COVID-19 curbs following rising cases of the Omicron strain. Sales of non-oil and gas exports jumped by 37.13 percent to USD 21.28 billion; while oil and gas exports grew by 7.33 percent to USD 1.09 billion, with shipments rising sharply for both oil products (59.94 percent) and gas (54.82 percent). For the whole year, exports increased by 41.88 percent year-on-year to USD 231.54 billion. source: Statistics Indonesia

Exports YoY in Indonesia averaged 14.01 percent from 1961 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 518 percent in February of 1974 and a record low of -52.10 percent in September of 1964. This page includes a chart with historical data for Indonesia Exports YoY. Indonesia Exports YoY - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on January of 2022.

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Indonesia Exports YoY


Indonesia Exports YoY
Exports have been an engine of economic growth in Indonesia. However, after reaching a peak in 2012, it have been in a steady decline due to lower commodity prices and dwindling global demand. Major exports are: oil and gas (12.4 percent of the total exports, of those gas 6.9 percent, crude oil 4.3 percent and oil products 1.2 percent); animal and vegetable fats and oils (14 percent); and electrical equipment and machinery (10.45 percent). Other exports include: footwear, part of such articles (3.4 percent); garments not knitted (3 percent) and ores, slag and ash (2.5 percent). Major export partners are: the United States (11.6 percent), China (10 percent of the total exports), Japan (9.9 percent), India (8.8 percent) and Singapore (7 percent).
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
35.30 49.70 518.00 -52.10 1961 - 2021 percent Monthly

Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-12-15 04:00 AM Nov 49.7% 53.35% 44%
2022-01-17 04:00 AM Dec 35.3% 49.7% 40.4%
2022-02-15 04:00 AM Jan 35.3%


News Stream
Indonesia Exports Rise Less than Expected
Exports from Indonesia grew 35.3 percent from a year earlier in December of 2021, below market consensus of a 40.4 percent rise and after a 49.7 percent jump in the prior month, amid a slowdown in global demand as more countries relaunched COVID-19 curbs following rising cases of the Omicron strain. Sales of non-oil and gas exports jumped by 37.13 percent to USD 21.28 billion; while oil and gas exports grew by 7.33 percent to USD 1.09 billion, with shipments rising sharply for both oil products (59.94 percent) and gas (54.82 percent). For the whole year, exports increased by 41.88 percent year-on-year to USD 231.54 billion.
2022-01-17
Indonesia Exports Rise to Fresh Record High
Exports from Indonesia grew 49.7 percent from a year earlier to a new record high of USD 22.84 billion in November of 2021, beating market consensus of a 44 percent rise and after a 53.35 percent jump in the prior month, amid further rising commodity prices. Sales of non-oil and gas exports jumped by 48.38 percent to USD 21.51 billion; while oil and gas exports soared by 74.80 percent to USD 1.33 billion, amid higher shipments in oil products (272.92 percent), and gas (111.25 percent). Considering the first eleven months of the year, exports increased by 42.62 percent from the same period of 2020.
2021-12-15
Indonesia Exports Rise to All-Time High
Exports from Indonesia surged 53.35 percent from a year earlier to an-time high of USD 22.03 billion in October of 2021, beating market consensus of a 46.85 percent rise and after a 47.64 percent rise in the prior month, amid further rising commodity prices. Sales of non-oil and gas exports jumped by 52.75 percent to USD 21 billion; while oil and gas exports surged by 66.84 percent to USD 1.03 billion, amid higher shipments in crude oils (15.42 percent), oil products (15.24 percent), and gas (93.93 percent). Considering the first ten months of the year, exports grew by 41.80 percent from the same period of 2020.
2021-11-15

Indonesia Exports by Country Last Previous
United States 2341.14 2253.69 USD Million Sep/21
Japan 1317.95 1313.35 USD Million Dec/19
Singapore 979.94 1021.21 USD Million Dec/19
Malaysia 837.00 721.87 USD Million Dec/19
Vietnam 501.53 471.37 USD Million Dec/19
Philippines 476.64 544.87 USD Million Dec/19
Thailand 377.02 483.43 USD Million Dec/19
Netherlands 363.85 468.05 USD Million Sep/21
Italy 305.10 259.78 USD Million Sep/21
Spain 259.39 203.12 USD Million Sep/21
Germany 256.28 248.20 USD Million Sep/21
Australia 175.68 181.55 USD Million Dec/19
Hong Kong 170.53 168.58 USD Million Dec/19
United Kingdom 104.81 97.35 USD Million Dec/19
France 73.82 80.83 USD Million Sep/21
Canada 73.36 63.66 USD Million Dec/19
Cambodia 57.99 60.45 USD Million Dec/19
Greece 16.78 10.68 USD Million Sep/21
Denmark 14.47 15.39 USD Million Dec/19
Sweden 13.98 12.22 USD Million Dec/19
Brunei 13.38 12.34 USD Million Dec/19
Portugal 12.88 7.99 USD Million Sep/21
Ireland 10.53 8.59 USD Million Sep/21
Finland 5.72 10.32 USD Million Sep/21
Austria 2.33 2.75 USD Million Sep/21
Indonesia Exports by Category Last Previous
Oil & Gas 696.90 732.10 USD Million Jul/21

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