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Indonesian trade data

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Being one of the largest global provider of Import-Export data, AllInfo.com provides a comprehensive trade detail which is entirely based on the import and export bill, drafted with the reports from Indonesian Customs.

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Indonesian trade data

  1. 1. INDONESIA pushed the export as the trade war started
  2. 2. MajorExport Partners 1. China 2. Japan 3. United States 4. India 5. Singapore 6. South Korea 7. Malaysia 2
  3. 3. MajorImport Partners 1. Thailand 2. Malaysia 3. China 4. Philippines 5. Singapore 6. Japan 7. India 3
  4. 4. Major Import Products • Coal Briquettes • Petroleum Gas • Copper Ore • Gold Major Export Products • Equipment • Chemical • Fuel and Foodstuff • Oil and Gas • Electrical Appliances • Plywood 4
  5. 5. WorldTrade Ranking The country stands on 29th rank in the world export market and it stand on 27th rank in the world import market Trade Facts • Indonesia is the country with the 17% of the trade and growth market in UK. • Indonesia has a mixed economy with both private and government sector, and this help in growth of the trade statics. • Indonesia is focusing on long-term strategic and structural development challenges as it strives to transition to an upper middle-income country. 5
  6. 6. Trade Growth • In 2011 growth reached 6.5 per cent and yet the country still has unemployment of seven per cent with nearly a seventh of its population living below the poverty line • In recent years Indonesia’s fortunes have improved significantly with growth averaging six per cent a year spurred on by improvements in domestic consumption and the banking sector. • The main UK exports are organic chemicals, industrial machinery, power generation equipment, metal ores and scrap, pulp and waste paper and oils and perfume materials. • UKTI has identified specific opportunities for British businesses in infrastructure projects such as ports, airports, rail as well as mining, life sciences, financial services, oil and gas, power generation and renewable energies. 6

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