Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Indonesia export value in June, increase slightly

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Export value of Indonesia in June 2009 reached 9.33 billion U.S. dollars which increase of 1.32 percent than export in May 2009. According to Head of BPS (Indonesia Central Bureau of Statistics), Rusman Heriawan, increasing of exports in June 2009 is due to increased exports of oil and natural gas 27, 81 percent from 1,136 million U.S. dollars into 1452.8 million U.S. dollars.

"Increased oil and gas exports also caused by increasing of crude oil exports of 25, 86 percent to 660, 8 million U.S. dollars," he said at the BPS office, Monday (3 / 8). In addition, Rusman said, the oil export increased by 37.99 percent to 188, 3 million U.S. dollars and export gas increased 27.04 percent to 603, 7 million U.S. dollars. Volume of oil exports in June 2009 to May of crude oil, and gas respectively increased 4.08 percent and 12.55 percent. Conversely, oil production is down 9.44 percent.

While non-oil sector is decreased 42, 85 billion U.S. dollars, or 21 decreased 10 percent. For the industrial sector, during the period January-June 2009 was down 26.90 percent compared to the same period in the year 2008, and so do the agriculture production is declined 10.69 percent. Conversely, the export of mineral and other increased by 15.28 percent. Although in June 2009, Indonesia export indicate increasing, but overall on semester I 2009, the value of Indonesia exports is decreasing. "The decline reaching 50.02 billion U.S. dollars, or 28.94 percent decreased compared to the same period of the previous year. While nonmigas exports have decreased by 21.10 percent, of the 42, 85 billion U.S. dollars," Rusma said.