Indonesia’s Central Bureau of Statistics released the trade report on June 24. In January-May 2019, Indonesia’s foreign trade volume was US$139.06 billion, down 8.9% year on year. Among these, the exports totaled US$68.46 billion, down 8.6% year on year and the imports totaled US$70.60 billion, down 9.2% year on year. The accumulative trade deficit was US$214 million.
In January-May 2019, the trade volume of non-oil and gas products between China and Indonesia was US$27.58 billion, down 3.6% year on year. Among these, Indonesia’s exports to China, its largest export destination, totaled US$9.55 billion, down 6.9% year on year, accounting for 15.1% of its total exports; Indonesia’s imports from China, its largest source of imports, totaled US$18.03 billion, down 1.8% year on year, accounting for 29.3% of its total imports.
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