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The Positive Effects Are yet to Come

Monday, October 25, 2021

There some good news about Indonesia’s economy because of the jump in various commodity prices in the global market. But their real effects are yet to come.

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THERE is plenty of good news on Indonesia’s economy these days. Their main source is the jump in various commodity prices in the global market. The dollar earning from exports is flooding the economy.

At least, that is what the statistics tell us. Indonesia’s trade surplus continues to be positive. Up to September, it has been 17 consecutive months in which Indonesia’s trade balance records a monthly surplus.

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