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Indonesia GDP Annual Growth Rate

Last Release
Mar 31, 2022
Actual
5.01
Forecast
5.1
Previous
5.02
Frequency
Quarterly
Units In
%
Next Release
Aug 05, 2022
Time to Release
2 Months 8 Days 0 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
7.16
Dec 2004
-5.32
Jun 2020
4.86 %2000-2022Statistics Indonesia
Indonesia is the largest economy in South East Asia. Industry accounts for the largest share of GDP (46.5 percent of total GDP). Within industry, the most important is manufacturing, which has been one of the main growth engines (24 percent of total output). Mining and quarrying accounts for 12 percent, construction for 10 percent and electricity, gas and water supply for 0.75 percent. Services constitute 38 percent of total GDP. Within services, the most important are: trade, hotel and restaurants (around 14 percent of GDP); transport and communication (7 percent of GDP); finance, real estate and business services (7 percent of GDP) and government services (6 percent). Agriculture accounts for the remaining 15 percent.

Latest Updates

Indonesia's economy expanded by 5.01% yoy in Q1 of 2022, following a 5.02% growth in the previous quarter and compared with market consensus of a 5% rise. The latest reading marked the fourth straight quarter of annual expansion, amid further easing of COVID-19 curbs and rising vaccinations. There were rises in both household consumption (4.34% vs 3.55% in Q4) and fixed investment (4.09% vs 4.49%). Also, external demand contributed positively to the GDP, with exports rising by 16.22% (vs 29.83% in Q4) and imports growing 15.03% (vs 29.60%). By contrast, government spending contracted by 7.74%, after increasing 5.25% in Q4. On the production side, output expanded further for manufacturing (5.07% vs 4.92%), construction (4.83% vs 3.91%), wholesale trade, retail (5.71% vs 5.56%), communication (7.14% vs 6.21%), mining and quarrying (3.82% vs 5.15%) and transportation and warehouse (15.79% vs 7.93%).

Indonesia GDP Annual Growth Rate History

Last 12 readings

Indonesia GDP Indicators

All Indonesia indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
GDP
1,058.42
Dec 2020
1,119.09
Dec 2019
5.67
Dec 1967
1,119.09
Dec 2019
USD BillionYearly1967-2020
GDP Annual Growth Rate
5.01
Mar 2022
5.02
Dec 2021
-5.32
Jun 2020
7.16
Dec 2004
%Quarterly2000-2022
GDP From Agriculture
80,365
Mar 2022
49,499
Dec 2021
37,282.5
Dec 2012
96,832.8
Jun 2020
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP From Construction
284,580.7
Mar 2022
288,141.8
Dec 2021
149,919
Mar 2010
293,957.4
Dec 2019
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP From Manufacturing
587,265.5
Mar 2022
582,881.6
Dec 2021
371,813.3
Mar 2010
587,265.5
Mar 2022
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP From Mining
204,232.4
Mar 2022
210,127.4
Dec 2021
171,254.7
Mar 2010
211,889.9
Sep 2021
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP From Services
52,092.4
Mar 2022
50,263.2
Dec 2021
23,736.8
Mar 2010
53,578.4
Dec 2019
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP From Utilities
41,937.4
Mar 2022
42,015.7
Dec 2021
14,032.2
Mar 2010
42,015.7
Dec 2021
IDR BillionQuarterly2010-2022
GDP Growth Rate
-0.96
Mar 2022
1.06
Dec 2021
-4.19
Jun 2020
5.05
Sep 2020
%Quarterly2005-2022
GDP per capita
3,756.91
Dec 2020
3,877.38
Dec 2019
572.38
Dec 1967
3,877.38
Dec 2019
USDYearly1960-2020
GDP per capita PPP
11,444.96
Dec 2020
11,811.98
Dec 2019
4,532.54
Dec 1990
11,811.98
Dec 2019
USDYearly1990-2020
Gdp Constant Prices
2,818,579
Mar 2022
2,845,858.6
Dec 2021
340,865.2
Jun 2000
2,845,858.6
Dec 2021
IDR BillionQuarterly2000-2022
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
910,202.33
Mar 2022
934,095.81
Dec 2021
63,970.1
Mar 2000
951,395.11
Dec 2019
IDR BillionQuarterly2000-2022

GDP Annual Growth Rate across Asia

GDP Annual Growth Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Afghanistan
-1.93
Dec 2020
3.19
Dec 2019
-1.93
Dec 2020
17.2
Dec 2009
% Yearly2007-2020
Azerbaijan
6.8
Mar 2022
47.26
Dec 2021
-6.75
Sep 2020
47.26
Dec 2021
% Quarterly2001-2022
Bhutan
-10.08
Dec 2020
5.8
Dec 2019
-10.08
Dec 2020
17.9
Dec 2008
% Yearly1996-2020
Brunei
-2.2
Sep 2021
-2.1
Jun 2021
-8.1
Dec 2013
7.1
Dec 2019
% Quarterly2004-2021
Cambodia
-3.1
Dec 2020
7.1
Dec 2019
-3.1
Dec 2020
13.3
Dec 2005
% Yearly1994-2020
China
4.8
Mar 2022
4
Dec 2021
-6.8
Mar 2020
18.3
Mar 2021
% Quarterly1989-2022
Hong Kong
-4
Mar 2022
4.8
Dec 2021
-9.1
Mar 2020
20.5
Dec 1976
% Quarterly1974-2022
India
5.4
Dec 2021
8.5
Sep 2021
-24.4
Jun 2020
20.1
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1951-2021
Indonesia
5.01
Mar 2022
5.02
Dec 2021
-5.32
Jun 2020
7.16
Dec 2004
% Quarterly2000-2022
Japan
0.2
Mar 2022
0.7
Dec 2021
-10.1
Jun 2020
9.4
Mar 1988
% Quarterly1981-2022
Kazakhstan
4.4
Mar 2022
4
Dec 2021
-9.2
Sep 1995
14.1
Jun 2001
% Quarterly1995-2022
Kyrgyzstan
4.5
Mar 2022
3.61
Dec 2021
-20.08
Dec 1994
16.4
Mar 2010
% Quarterly1994-2022
Laos
0.4
Dec 2020
5.5
Dec 2019
0.4
Dec 2020
9.9
Dec 1989
% Yearly1989-2020
Macao
-8.9
Mar 2022
-4.4
Dec 2021
-66.3
Jun 2020
68.8
Jun 2021
% Quarterly2002-2022
Malaysia
5
Mar 2022
3.6
Dec 2021
-17.2
Jun 2020
16.1
Jun 2021
% Quarterly2000-2022
Maldives
76.5
Sep 2021
71.6
Jun 2021
-52.5
Jun 2020
76.5
Sep 2021
% Quarterly1997-2021
Mongolia
-3.8
Mar 2022
1.4
Dec 2021
-10.1
Mar 2020
20.6
Sep 2011
% Quarterly1991-2022
Myanmar
-10
Dec 2020
1.69
Dec 2019
-10
Dec 2020
13.84
Dec 2003
% Yearly1994-2020
Nepal
4
Dec 2020
-2.1
Dec 2019
-2.1
Dec 2019
8.6
Dec 1993
% Yearly1993-2020
North Korea
-4.5
Dec 2020
0.4
Dec 2019
-6.5
Dec 1997
6.1
Dec 1999
% Yearly1990-2020
Pakistan
3.94
Dec 2021
-0.47
Dec 2020
-1.8
Dec 1952
10.22
Dec 1954
% Yearly1952-2021
Philippines
8.3
Mar 2022
7.7
Dec 2021
-17
Jun 2020
12
Dec 1988
% Quarterly1982-2022
Singapore
3.7
Mar 2022
6.1
Dec 2021
-13.3
Jun 2020
18.6
Jun 2010
% Quarterly1976-2022
South Korea
3.1
Mar 2022
4.2
Dec 2021
-7.3
Jun 1998
20.8
Dec 1969
% Quarterly1961-2022
Sri Lanka
1.8
Dec 2021
-1.5
Sep 2021
-16.4
Jun 2020
16.12
Mar 2012
% Quarterly2003-2021
Taiwan
3.14
Mar 2022
4.86
Dec 2021
-7.88
Mar 2009
17.26
Sep 1978
% Quarterly1962-2022
Tajikistan
8.7
Jun 2021
7.5
Mar 2021
-32.3
Dec 1992
11
Dec 2003
% Quarterly1992-2021
Thailand
2.2
Mar 2022
1.9
Dec 2021
-12.5
Jun 1998
15.5
Dec 2012
% Quarterly1994-2022
Timor-Leste
-6.8
Dec 2020
3.1
Dec 2019
-6.8
Dec 2020
16.3
Dec 2001
% Yearly2001-2020
Turkmenistan
5.9
Dec 2020
6.3
Dec 2019
-17.3
Dec 1994
16.5
Dec 1999
% Yearly1994-2020
Uzbekistan
5.8
Mar 2022
7.4
Dec 2021
0.8
Sep 2020
9.8
Sep 2007
% Quarterly2002-2022
Vietnam
5.03
Mar 2022
5.22
Dec 2021
-6.02
Sep 2021
8.48
Dec 2007
% Quarterly2000-2022

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