Panjiva Basics: Pertamina, The Gap, Toyota and Huawei – Indonesian trade in a nutshell

Ags - Fruit/Veg 120 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 404 Cons. Discr. - Autos 1012 Consumer Staples 667 Energy - Coal 56 Energy - Conventional 412 Energy - Crude Oil 280 Energy - Refined Oil 190 Health Care 291 Indonesia 81 Industrials - Capital Goods 506 Info Tech - Comms Equip 179 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 660 Materials - Chemicals 187 Materials - Metals/Mining 664 Metals - Steel 454 Panjiva Basics 9 Trade Balance 888 Trade Deals 935

We’ve published a report today examining the structure of Indonesia’s trade to accompany the launch of a new Panjiva data set for the country. We find that Indonesia has experienced slow merchandise trade growth over the past five years, with annualized export growth of 2.7% and import growth of 2.4% in 2019 versus 2016 to reach total trade of $308.2 billion. Export activity has been led by coal and palm oil on the commodity side with apparel and autos leading among manufactured goods. The automotive industry is also among the largest import lines, though crude and refined oil imports ar...

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