Thursday, November 25, 2010

As of September, Indonesia's export value rose 38.3%


Indonesia's export performance during the first nine months this year rose 38.3% to USD 110.8 billion over the same period last year. In fact, as of September performance was also better before the global crisis sweeping the world in 2008 ago, which just posted an increase of 12.3%. This achievement was launched by the Board of Research and Development, Ministry of Trade (Kemdag) which released today, Thursday (25/11).

The Research and Development of Ministry of Trade also quoted Trade Watch from the World Bank that assesses Indonesia's exports in the second quarter, including three best of the 60 countries. This report shows, in the second quarter of this year, only three countries that can improve the performance of exports exceeded the export performance before the global crisis; namely China, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

China recorded can increase its export value up 14.7% while Indonesia was 4.9% compared to the value of exports during the same period in 2008. Meanwhile, Hong Kong recorded the highest increase in export value far beyond China and Indonesia, which amounted to 20.8%.