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Bilateral trade sheet Indonesia
This sheet gives an overview of the bilateral trade relations between Indonesia and Belgium.

Bilateral trade note Indonesia (December 2020)
In addition to general information about, for example, GDP, inflation, the number of inhabitants, global imports and exports, the unemployment rate, etc., this bilateral trade note also contains an analysis of bilateral trade with Indonesia, as well as an overview of the main import and export sections. 
Document only available in French.


  • Bilateral trade sheet Indonesia

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  • Bilateral trade note Indonesia (December 2020)

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Economic study Indonesia (February 2016)

As the 16th world economic power, Indonesia offers interesting potential for our exporters and investors. The country is one of the emerging nations taking up the torch from the BRICS countries. Despite the slowdown recorded in recent years, the country's growth continues to hover around the significant 5% level in 2015, with optimistic prospects for the coming years.

The demographic structure makes the country especially attractive. As the fourth most populous country in the world, Indonesia has a young population and a strongly growing middle class. There are natural resources such as agricultural land and minerals in abundance. The archipelago wants to diversify and move from an economy dependent on raw material exports to one based on processing the latter into high-quality end products.

The elimination of fuel subsidies gave the government of President Widodo the space to allocate the budget thus freed to the renovation of domestic infrastructure, the development of renewable energy sources, the relaunch of the maritime sector and the introduction of measures to ensure access to education and health care.

On the occasion of the joint Belgian economic mission to Indonesia from 12 to 19 March 2016, the Belgian Foreign Trade Agency published an economic study. The first part analyses the macroeconomic situation of Indonesia, while the second part focuses on the most dynamic sectors: infrastructure, energy, cleantech and the maritime sector.

Document only available in French and Dutch.

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