Indonesia's foreign direct investments increased by 44.2% to IDR 654.4 trillion or $45.6 billion in 2022, led by inflows to the base metal ($11 billion) and mining ($5.1 billion) sectors. The biggest sources of funds were Singapore, China, and Hong Kong. Considering the last quarter of 2022, FDI jumped by 43.3% year-on-year to reach a record high of IDR 175.2 trillion or $12.2 billion. The data excludes investment in banking and the oil and gas sectors. source: Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BKPM)

Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia averaged 89.51 IDR Trillion from 2010 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 175.20 IDR Trillion in the fourth quarter of 2022 and a record low of 35.40 IDR Trillion in the first quarter of 2010. This page provides - Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on January of 2023.

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Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment



Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2022-10-24 03:45 AM Q3 63.6% 39.7% 40%
2023-01-24 08:20 AM Q4 43.3% 63.6%


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Foreign Direct Investment 175.20 168.90 IDR Trillion Dec 2022

Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment
In Indonesia, Foreign Direct Investment refers to the flows of the foreign direct investments received from abroad. The FDI data does not include investment in banking and oil and gas sectors.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
175.20 168.90 175.20 35.40 2010 - 2022 IDR Trillion Quarterly

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Indonesia FDI Surge by 44% in 2022
Indonesia's foreign direct investments increased by 44.2% to IDR 654.4 trillion or $45.6 billion in 2022, led by inflows to the base metal ($11 billion) and mining ($5.1 billion) sectors. The biggest sources of funds were Singapore, China, and Hong Kong. Considering the last quarter of 2022, FDI jumped by 43.3% year-on-year to reach a record high of IDR 175.2 trillion or $12.2 billion. The data excludes investment in banking and the oil and gas sectors.
2023-01-24
FDI into Indonesia Jumps 63.6% YoY in Q3
Foreign direct investment into Indonesia (excluding investment in banking and the oil and gas sectors) surged 63.6 percent year-on-year to a new record peak of IDR 168.9 trillion (USD 10.83 billion) in the third quarter of 2022, and the biggest rise in the past decade, accelerating from a 39.7 percent rise in the previous period, amid efforts by the government to ease business and licensing rules as COVID-19 situations improved further. Singapore was the biggest source of investment, followed by China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Malaysia, while base metals; transportation, warehouse and telecommunication were among the sectors taking beneficiaries. In total, Indonesia recorded IDR 307.8 trillion of foreign and domestic investment during the third quarter, up 42.1 percent from a year earlier, boosted by a rise of investment in manufacturing, transportation and mining sector.
2022-10-24
FDI into Indonesia Hits New Peak in Q2
Foreign direct investment into Indonesia (excluding investment in banking and the oil and gas sectors) jumped 39.7 percent year-on-year to a fresh record high of IDR 163.2 trillion (USD 10.89 billion) in the second quarter of 2022, and the biggest rise in the past decade, accelerating from a 31.8 percent growth in the previous period, amid efforts by the government to ease business and licensing rules as COVID-19 situations improved further. Singapore was the biggest source of investment (USD 3.1 billion), followed by China (USD 2.3 billion), Hong Kong (USD 1.4 billion), Japan (USD 0.9 billion), and the US (USD 0.8 billion), while base metals; mining, and housing, and transportation, warehouse and telecommunication were among the sectors taking beneficiaries. In total, Indonesia recorded IDR 302.2 trillion of foreign and domestic investment during the second quarter, up 35.5 percent from a year earlier.
2022-07-20