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  Indonesia   IDN (f) = observation is an IMF forecast | 2012 Jul 19
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1 IDN | 536 NGDP_R   GDP, constant prices National currency | Billions | 1980 3.560   1970-2011 261807.60 280132.10 306530.20 341198.70 367248.30 385527.20 412076.60 448741.00 486934.70 513545.00 554161.80 596302.30 609697.80 635262.30 679570.10 696306.30 737217.80 773530.00 818238.90 879258.40 942929.40 1008467.00 1073611.00 1159460.00 1246882.00 1349377.00 1454874.00 1523251.00 1323298.00 1333767.00 1389770.00 1440406.00 1505216.00 1577171.00 1656517.00 1750815.00 1847127.00 1964327.00 2082456.00 2178850.00 2313838.00 2463242.00 2613500.00 (f) 2786008.00 (f) 2978224.00 (f) 3186700.00 (f) 3409769.00 (f) 3648453.00 (f)
2 IDN | 536 NGDP_RPCH   GDP, constant prices Percent change   1980-2011 6.999 9.423 11.31 7.635 4.977 6.887 8.897 8.511 5.465 9.880 7.604 2.246 4.193 6.975 2.463 5.876 4.926 5.780 7.457 7.241 6.950 6.460 7.996 7.540 8.220 7.818 4.700 -13.13 0.7910 4.199 3.643 4.499 4.780 5.031 5.693 5.501 6.345 6.014 4.629 6.195 6.457 6.100 (f) 6.601 (f) 6.899 (f) 7.000 (f) 7.000 (f) 7.000 (f)
3 IDN | 536 NGDP   GDP, current prices National currency | Billions | 1980 0.994   1970-2011 3966.43 4431.19 5159.72 7524.58 11388.46 14235.12 18233.41 22043.03 26608.67 38041.30 54115.57 60870.70 65424.98 81523.94 94196.11 101647.80 107626.00 130708.50 148812.30 178554.80 209660.40 248539.40 280778.30 329775.80 382219.60 454514.10 532568.00 627695.40 955753.30 1099732.00 1389770.00 1646322.00 1821833.00 2013675.00 2295826.00 2774281.00 3339217.00 3950893.00 4948689.00 5606204.00 6436271.00 7427086.00 8669133.00 (f) 9999355.00 (f) 11544460.00 (f) 13279010.00 (f) 15203140.00 (f) 17324740.00 (f)
4 IDN | 536 NGDPD   GDP, current prices U.S. dollars | Billions | 1980 0.994   1970-2011 10.93 11.31 12.43 18.13 27.44 34.31 43.94 53.12 60.19 61.06 86.31 96.35 98.92 89.66 91.81 91.53 83.92 79.51 88.28 100.87 113.77 127.44 138.32 158.01 176.89 202.13 227.37 215.75 95.45 140.00 165.02 160.45 195.66 234.86 256.84 285.74 364.28 432.19 510.96 538.70 708.35 845.68 928.27 (f) 1055.00 (f) 1214.43 (f) 1394.11 (f) 1592.94 (f) 1811.61 (f)
5 IDN | 536 NGDP_D   GDP, deflator Index   1980-2011 1.515 1.582 1.683 2.205 3.101 3.692 4.425 4.912 5.465 7.408 9.765 10.21 10.73 12.83 13.86 14.60 14.60 16.90 18.19 20.31 22.24 24.65 26.15 28.44 30.65 33.68 36.61 41.21 72.23 82.45 100.00 114.30 121.04 127.68 138.59 158.46 180.78 201.13 237.64 257.30 278.16 301.52 331.71 (f) 358.91 (f) 387.63 (f) 416.70 (f) 445.87 (f) 474.85 (f)
6 IDN | 536 NGDPRPC   GDP per capita, constant prices National currency | Units | 1980 3.571   1970-2011 2174615.00 2268712.00 2421053.00 2628757.00 2760862.00 2819877.00 3062373.00 3259182.00 3456388.00 3562706.00 3757276.00 3964626.00 3975114.00 4061507.00 4260570.00 4280878.00 4444548.00 4573073.00 4743624.00 4998571.00 5256634.00 5530274.00 5791468.00 6152536.00 6508496.00 6928592.00 7384988.00 7643787.00 6564588.00 6540975.00 6737802.00 6885103.00 7093733.00 7328330.00 7588785.00 7908006.00 8225715.00 8624642.00 9014743.00 9299405.00 9736682.00 10219640.00 10690570.00 (f) 11235990.00 (f) 11842310.00 (f) 12493110.00 (f) 13179670.00 (f) 13903960.00 (f)
7 IDN | 536 NGDPPC   GDP per capita, current prices National currency | Units | 1980 0.997   1970-2011 32945.76 35887.03 40752.72 57972.96 85614.95 104120.50 135502.70 160097.30 188875.20 263910.50 366909.30 404710.10 426558.50 521217.90 590563.10 624928.90 648857.10 772742.40 862718.20 1015082.00 1168813.00 1362952.00 1514626.00 1749917.00 1995116.00 2333776.00 2703333.00 3149823.00 4741281.00 5393235.00 6737802.00 7869378.00 8585874.00 9356543.00 10517570.00 12530750.00 14870360.00 17346930.00 21422370.00 23927460.00 27083970.00 30813910.00 35461270.00 (f) 40327460.00 (f) 45904220.00 (f) 52058910.00 (f) 58764210.00 (f) 66023200.00 (f)
8 IDN | 536 NGDPDPC   GDP per capita, current prices U.S. dollars | Units | 1980 0.997   1970-2011 90.85 91.55 98.23 139.72 206.33 250.91 326.60 385.84 427.33 423.64 585.19 640.61 644.91 573.23 575.63 562.71 505.91 470.08 511.79 573.46 634.26 698.84 746.16 838.44 923.32 1037.88 1154.14 1082.64 473.48 686.59 800.05 766.93 922.10 1091.28 1176.63 1290.62 1622.24 1897.58 2211.91 2299.19 2980.76 3508.61 3797.13 (f) 4254.82 (f) 4828.95 (f) 5465.47 (f) 6157.12 (f) 6903.89 (f)
9 IDN | 536 NGAP_NPGDP   Output gap in percent of potential GDP Percent of potential GDPno data
10 IDN | 536 PPPGDP   GDP based on PPP valuation of country GDP Current international dollar | Billions   1980-2011 107.61 126.64 137.38 148.81 165.16 174.35 188.68 203.72 222.90 248.56 276.85 306.58 334.13 368.82 404.98 447.41 491.57 523.76 460.15 470.61 500.99 530.97 563.85 603.23 650.20 705.16 767.99 840.42 910.72 962.93 1034.36 1124.65 1208.54 (f) 1307.78 (f) 1418.66 (f) 1542.34 (f) 1677.00 (f) 1829.29 (f)
11 IDN | 536 PPPPC   GDP based on PPP per capita GDP Current international dollar | Units   1980-2011 729.58 841.99 895.72 951.37 1035.49 1071.92 1137.50 1204.37 1292.20 1413.07 1543.37 1681.26 1802.41 1957.09 2113.94 2297.27 2495.23 2628.27 2282.69 2307.95 2428.85 2538.04 2657.28 2802.89 2978.67 3185.05 3420.06 3689.97 3942.41 4109.82 4352.61 4666.01 4943.57 (f) 5274.29 (f) 5641.01 (f) 6046.56 (f) 6482.05 (f) 6971.26 (f)
12 IDN | 536 PPPSH   GDP based on PPP share of world total Percent   1980-2010 0.9500 1.001 1.018 1.034 1.055 1.040 1.066 1.079 1.094 1.133 1.178 1.235 1.198 1.268 1.322 1.381 1.436 1.443 1.223 1.191 1.185 1.200 1.220 1.234 1.235 1.242 1.246 1.259 1.300 1.373 1.386 1.425 (f) 1.462 (f) 1.499 (f) 1.536 (f) 1.573 (f) 1.610 (f) 1.647 (f)
13 IDN | 536 PPPEX   Implied PPP conversion rate National currency per current international dollar   1980-2011 502.90 480.66 476.22 547.86 570.32 583.00 570.42 641.62 667.64 718.35 757.31 810.68 840.33 894.14 943.79 1015.89 1083.40 1198.44 2077.06 2336.81 2774.07 3100.58 3231.08 3338.18 3530.96 3934.25 4347.99 4701.10 5433.83 5822.03 6222.47 6603.91 7173.22 (f) 7646.05 (f) 8137.59 (f) 8609.67 (f) 9065.69 (f) 9470.77 (f)
14 IDN | 536 NID_NGDP   Total investment Percent of GDP   1980-2011 32.16 39.32 37.52 39.20 35.49 37.74 38.32 41.76 42.27 47.71 45.03 46.91 43.28 29.48 31.06 31.93 30.69 31.75 16.78 11.37 22.25 22.54 21.40 25.60 24.06 25.08 25.40 24.92 27.82 30.99 32.57 32.77 33.63 (f) 34.93 (f) 36.16 (f) 37.65 (f) 39.35 (f) 41.14 (f)
15 IDN | 536 NGSD_NGDP   Gross national savings Percent of GDP   1980-2011 23.46 25.56 19.44 18.55 20.81 22.60 20.22 24.65 25.42 31.09 28.05 29.04 27.72 28.16 29.52 28.88 27.78 30.16 20.57 15.09 27.07 26.84 25.40 29.05 23.86 24.05 28.38 27.35 27.84 33.51 33.37 33.02 33.21 (f) 34.04 (f) 35.18 (f) 36.62 (f) 38.19 (f) 39.89 (f)
16 IDN | 536 PCPI   Inflation, average consumer prices Index   1980-2011 6.692 7.512 8.224 9.193 10.14 10.62 11.24 12.29 13.27 14.13 15.23 16.66 17.91 19.65 21.32 23.33 25.29 26.85 42.43 51.24 53.17 59.28 66.27 70.76 75.04 82.89 93.76 100.00 109.78 115.06 120.97 127.45 135.33 (f) 143.42 (f) 150.73 (f) 157.82 (f) 164.92 (f) 171.52 (f)
17 IDN | 536 PCPIPCH   Inflation, average consumer prices Percent change   1980-2011 18.02 12.24 9.481 11.79 10.34 4.731 5.828 9.273 8.044 6.418 7.843 9.369 7.506 9.688 8.518 9.432 8.379 6.194 58.02 20.75 3.773 11.50 11.78 6.773 6.062 10.46 13.10 6.662 9.777 4.814 5.133 5.357 6.187 (f) 5.974 (f) 5.100 (f) 4.700 (f) 4.500 (f) 4.000 (f)
18 IDN | 536 PCPIE   Inflation, end of period consumer prices Index   1980-2011 7.166 7.691 8.462 9.474 10.33 10.79 11.77 12.86 13.58 14.41 15.84 17.42 18.29 20.16 22.10 24.08 25.63 28.27 50.18 51.19 55.97 63.00 69.21 72.78 77.44 90.69 96.68 102.52 113.86 117.03 125.17 129.91 139.61 (f) 146.80 (f) 153.72 (f) 160.66 (f) 167.33 (f) 174.01 (f)
19 IDN | 536 PCPIEPCH   Inflation, end of period consumer prices Percent change   1980-2011 17.11 7.323 10.03 11.97 9.062 4.377 9.154 9.249 5.591 6.113 9.933 9.933 5.039 10.18 9.635 8.984 6.441 10.27 77.54 2.005 9.346 12.55 9.857 5.161 6.401 17.11 6.598 6.046 11.06 2.784 6.955 3.787 7.465 (f) 5.154 (f) 4.715 (f) 4.513 (f) 4.152 (f) 3.992 (f)
20 IDN | 536 FLIBOR6   Six-month London interbank offered rate (LIBOR) Percentno data
21 IDN | 536 TM_RPCH   Volume of imports of goods and services Percent change   1980-2011 9.300 38.70 1.200 3.600 -10.50 2.100 -4.900 24.40 -18.70 11.60 21.40 15.90 8.800 5.400 20.30 20.90 7.800 2.200 -26.70 -9.400 25.50 -9.628 5.359 -3.143 14.24 23.29 -1.526 5.818 19.49 -14.91 28.58 20.51 12.00 (f) 8.755 (f) 7.101 (f) 7.374 (f) 7.491 (f) 7.491 (f)
22 IDN | 536 TMG_RPCH   Volume of Imports of goods Percent change   1980-2011 5.000 51.10 6.600 12.50 -12.40 -3.700 1.900 22.70 7.600 14.40 27.60 14.90 6.100 4.700 15.50 17.20 12.30 -0.8000 -11.20 -43.80 23.73 -9.628 5.359 -3.143 14.24 23.29 -1.526 5.818 19.49 -14.91 28.58 20.51 12.00 (f) 8.755 (f) 7.101 (f) 7.374 (f) 7.491 (f) 7.491 (f)
23 IDN | 536 TX_RPCH   Volume of exports of goods and services Percent change   1980-2011 6.700 -23.40 -24.10 11.70 14.70 -3.100 13.90 21.90 1.100 10.40 0.4000 19.90 15.20 3.300 13.70 7.700 5.500 23.80 8.900 -1.600 17.85 -7.011 1.841 -5.147 -6.810 13.20 4.023 0.4390 0.0750 5.380 10.04 6.145 5.453 (f) 6.283 (f) 6.598 (f) 6.767 (f) 6.919 (f) 7.116 (f)
24 IDN | 536 TXG_RPCH   Volume of exports of goods Percent change   1980-2011 6.300 -24.80 -25.00 12.00 15.20 -4.800 14.80 -5.900 26.30 11.00 1.400 14.70 12.50 4.600 11.40 8.200 0.9000 13.40 15.20 -31.60 18.69 -7.011 1.841 -5.147 -6.810 13.20 4.023 0.4390 0.0750 5.380 10.04 6.145 5.453 (f) 6.283 (f) 6.598 (f) 6.767 (f) 6.919 (f) 7.116 (f)
25 IDN | 536 TMGO   Value of oil imports U.S. dollars | Billions   1980-2011 1.900 2.300 2.600 2.200 1.700 1.400 0.7000 2.400 2.200 2.500 3.400 3.300 3.500 3.800 3.800 3.900 4.600 4.400 0.7000 4.000 5.756 5.387 6.344 7.431 10.95 16.02 16.15 19.17 23.75 14.81 24.34 36.59 43.04 (f) 46.00 (f) 48.41 (f) 51.72 (f) 55.22 (f) 58.96 (f)
26 IDN | 536 TXGO   Value of oil exports U.S. dollars | Billions   1980-2011 14.50 16.30 16.80 15.20 13.70 8.700 6.600 6.200 5.300 6.000 7.600 7.200 6.500 5.700 6.100 6.500 6.800 6.300 4.100 5.700 7.954 6.921 6.548 7.469 7.605 9.523 10.91 12.50 15.39 10.79 15.69 20.28 19.67 (f) 18.97 (f) 18.20 (f) 17.81 (f) 17.37 (f) 17.16 (f)
27 IDN | 536 LUR   Unemployment rate Percent of total labor force   1984-2011 1.520 2.140 2.640 2.550 2.800 2.800 2.400 2.600 2.800 2.760 4.360 7.240 4.890 4.680 5.460 6.360 6.080 8.100 9.100 9.500 9.860 11.24 10.28 9.110 8.390 7.870 7.140 6.560 6.400 (f) 6.300 (f) 6.000 (f) 5.500 (f) 5.150 (f) 5.000 (f)
28 IDN | 536 LE   Employment Persons | Millionsno data
29 IDN | 536 LP   Population Persons | Millions   1980-2011 147.49 150.41 153.38 156.41 159.50 162.66 165.87 169.15 172.49 175.90 179.38 182.35 185.38 188.45 191.58 194.76 197.00 199.28 201.58 203.91 206.27 209.21 212.19 215.22 218.29 221.40 224.56 227.76 231.01 234.30 237.64 241.03 244.47 (f) 247.95 (f) 251.49 (f) 255.08 (f) 258.71 (f) 262.40 (f)
30 IDN | 536 GGR   Govt revenue National currency | Billions   1981-2010 12829.60 12352.90 15887.90 19313.50 19839.70 17953.50 21039.50 24057.60 27606.00 38956.60 42709.60 47409.30 53810.70 62478.10 68909.90 80244.20 107814.90 152263.30 188428.70 203045.50 317747.50 325573.10 369350.60 443267.10 537758.90 679385.60 762173.50 1053085.00 924734.30 1095377.00 1293022.00 (f) 1551294.00 (f) 1752142.00 (f) 1979335.00 (f) 2242959.00 (f) 2551935.00 (f) 2906172.00 (f)
31 IDN | 536 GGR_NGDP   Govt revenue Percent of GDP   2000-2010 14.61 19.30 17.87 18.34 19.31 19.38 20.35 19.29 21.28 16.50 17.02 17.41 (f) 17.89 (f) 17.52 (f) 17.15 (f) 16.89 (f) 16.79 (f) 16.78 (f)
32 IDN | 536 GGX   Govt total expenditure National currency | Billions   1993-2010 56155.90 62455.70 65390.00 74051.60 115655.10 174129.30 201176.70 231311.50 362131.90 341376.70 397025.30 457589.10 520255.80 671839.30 803030.90 1053232.00 1023401.00 1173452.00 1410108.00 (f) 1635096.00 (f) 1854580.00 (f) 2091850.00 (f) 2371578.00 (f) 2709911.00 (f) 3096723.00 (f)
33 IDN | 536 GGX_NGDP   Govt total expenditure Percent of GDP   2000-2010 16.64 22.00 18.74 19.72 19.93 18.75 20.12 20.33 21.28 18.26 18.23 18.99 (f) 18.86 (f) 18.55 (f) 18.12 (f) 17.86 (f) 17.83 (f) 17.88 (f)
34 IDN | 536 GGXCNL   Govt net lending/borrowing National currency | Billions   1993-2010 -2345.20 22.40 3519.90 6192.60 -7840.20 -21866.00 -12748.00 -28266.07 -44384.47 -15803.58 -27674.72 -14321.97 17503.12 7546.29 -40857.42 -147.09 -98666.68 -78074.60 -117086.00 (f) -83801.27 (f) -102438.30 (f) -112514.80 (f) -128619.00 (f) -157976.10 (f) -190551.50 (f)
35 IDN | 536 GGXCNL_NGDP   Govt net lending/borrowing Percent of GDP   2000-2010 -2.034 -2.696 -0.8670 -1.374 -0.6240 0.6310 0.2260 -1.034 -0.0030 -1.760 -1.213 -1.576 (f) -0.9670 (f) -1.024 (f) -0.9750 (f) -0.9690 (f) -1.039 (f) -1.100 (f)
36 IDN | 536 GGSB   Govt structural balance National currency | Billions   2004-2010 -15471.38 15430.61 6467.64 -46037.79 -8795.09 -95234.02 -76665.02 -119210.10 (f) -81690.70 (f) -99660.53 (f) -111109.00 (f) -128477.80 (f) -157768.50 (f)
37 IDN | 536 GGSB_NPGDP   Govt structural balance Percent of potential GDP   2004-2010 -0.6760 0.5580 0.1940 -1.173 -0.1790 -1.693 -1.190 -1.607 (f) -0.9410 (f) -0.9950 (f) -0.9620 (f) -0.9670 (f) -1.038 (f)
38 IDN | 536 GGXONLB   Govt primary net lending/borrowing National currency | Billionsno data
39 IDN | 536 GGXONLB_NGDP   Govt primary net lending/borrowing Percent of GDPno data
40 IDN | 536 GGXWDN   Govt net debt National currency | Billionsno data
41 IDN | 536 GGXWDN_NGDP   Govt net debt Percent of GDPno data
42 IDN | 536 GGXWDG   Govt gross debt National currency | Billions   2000-2010 1321664.00 1319703.00 1235244.00 1218650.00 1281670.00 1285764.00 1301931.00 1384791.00 1644845.00 1605420.00 1762067.00 1859008.00 (f) 2014131.00 (f) 2105133.00 (f) 2214147.00 (f) 2341394.00 (f) 2498027.00 (f) 2685262.00 (f)
43 IDN | 536 GGXWDG_NGDP   Govt gross debt Percent of GDP   2000-2010 95.10 80.16 67.80 60.52 55.83 46.35 38.99 35.05 33.24 28.64 27.38 25.03 (f) 23.23 (f) 21.05 (f) 19.18 (f) 17.63 (f) 16.43 (f) 15.50 (f)
44 IDN | 536 NGDP_FY   GDP corresponding to fiscal year, current prices National currency | Billions   2000-2010 1389770.00 1646322.00 1821833.00 2013675.00 2295826.00 2774281.00 3339217.00 3950893.00 4948689.00 5606204.00 6436271.00 7427086.00 (f) 8669133.00 (f) 9999355.00 (f) 11544460.00 (f) 13279010.00 (f) 15203140.00 (f) 17324740.00 (f)
45 IDN | 536 BCA   Current account balance U.S. dollars | Billions   1980-2011 2.900 -0.6000 -5.400 -6.700 -2.300 -2.100 -4.300 -2.400 -2.100 -1.700 -3.200 -4.400 -3.100 -2.300 -3.000 -6.800 -7.300 -3.800 4.000 5.752 7.988 6.901 7.821 8.111 -0.5030 -2.954 10.86 10.49 0.1260 13.58 5.643 2.070 -3.888 (f) -9.418 (f) -11.95 (f) -14.32 (f) -18.50 (f) -22.62 (f)
46 IDN | 536 BCA_NGDPD   Current account balance Percent of GDP   1980-2011 3.360 -0.6230 -5.459 -7.473 -2.505 -2.294 -5.124 -3.018 -2.379 -1.685 -2.813 -3.453 -2.241 -1.456 -1.696 -3.364 -3.211 -1.761 4.191 4.108 4.841 4.301 3.997 3.454 -0.1960 -1.034 2.981 2.428 0.0250 2.521 0.7970 0.2450 -0.4190 (f) -0.8930 (f) -0.9840 (f) -1.027 (f) -1.162 (f) -1.248 (f)
    NOTES
    1GDP, constant prices : Expressed in billions of national currency units; the base year is country-specific. Expenditure-based GDP is total final expenditures at purchasers? prices (including the f.o.b. value of exports of goods and services), less the f.o.b. value of imports of goods and services. [SNA 1993] Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 GDP valuation: Market prices Start/end months of reporting year: January/December Base year: 2000 Chain-weighted: No Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    2GDP, constant prices : See notes for: Gross domestic product, constant prices (National currency).
    3GDP, current prices : Expressed in billions of national currency units . Expenditure-based GDP is total final expenditures at purchasers? prices (including the f.o.b. value of exports of goods and services), less the f.o.b. value of imports of goods and services. [SNA 1993] Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 GDP valuation: Market prices Start/end months of reporting year: January/December Base year: 2000 Chain-weighted: No Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    4GDP, current prices : See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency).
    5GDP, deflator : See notes for: Gross domestic product, constant prices (National currency) Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency).
    6GDP per capita, constant prices : GDP is expressed in constant national currency per person. Data are derived by dividing constant price GDP by total population. See notes for: Gross domestic product, constant prices (National currency) Population (Persons).
    7GDP per capita, current prices : GDP is expressed in current national currency per person. Data are derived by dividing current price GDP by total population. See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency) Population (Persons).
    8GDP per capita, current prices : GDP is expressed in current U.S. dollars per person. Data are derived by first converting GDP in national currency to U.S. dollars and then dividing it by total population. See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency) Population (Persons).
    10GDP based on PPP valuation of country GDP : See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency).
    11GDP based on PPP per capita GDP : See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency) Population (Persons).
    12GDP based on PPP share of world total : These data form the basis for the country weights used to generate the World Economic Outlook country group composites for the domestic economy. Please note: The IMF is not a primary source for purchasing power parity (PPP) data. WEO weights have been created from primary sources and are used solely for purposes of generating country group composites. For primary source information, please refer to one of the following sources: the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the World Bank, or the Penn World Tables. For further information see Box A2 in the April 2004 World Economic Outlook, Box 1.2 in the September 2003 World Economic Outlook for a discussion on the measurement of global growth and Box A.1 in the May 2000 World Economic Outlook for a summary of the revised PPP-based weights, and Annex IV of the May 1993 World Economic Outlook. See also Anne Marie Gulde and Marianne Schulze-Ghattas, Purchasing Power Parity Based Weights for the World Economic Outlook, in Staff Studies for the World Economic Outlook (Washington: IMF, December 1993), pp. 106-23. See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency).
    13Implied PPP conversion rate : Expressed in national currency per current international dollar. These data form the basis for the country weights used to generate the World Economic Outlook country group composites for the domestic economy. The IMF is not a primary source for purchasing power parity (PPP) data. WEO weights have been created from primary sources and are used solely for purposes of generating country group composites. For primary source information, please refer to one of the following sources: the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the World Bank, or the Penn World Tables. For further information see Box A2 in the April 2004 World Economic Outlook, Box 1.2 in the September 2003 World Economic Outlook for a discussion on the measurement of global growth and Box A.1 in the May 2000 World Economic Outlook for a summary of the revised PPP-based weights, and Annex IV of the May 1993 World Economic Outlook. See also Anne Marie Gulde and Marianne Schulze-Ghattas, Purchasing Power Parity Based Weights for the World Economic Outlook, in Staff Studies for the World Economic Outlook (Washington: IMF, December 1993), pp. 106-23. See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency).
    14Total investment : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 GDP valuation: Market prices Start/end months of reporting year: January/December Base year: 2000 Chain-weighted: No Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    15Gross national savings : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 GDP valuation: Market prices Start/end months of reporting year: January/December Base year: 2000 Chain-weighted: No Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    16Inflation, average consumer prices : Expressed in averages for the year, not end-of-period data. A consumer price index (CPI) measures changes in the prices of goods and services that households consume. Such changes affect the real purchasing power of consumers? incomes and their welfare. As the prices of different goods and services do not all change at the same rate, a price index can only reflect their average movement. A price index is typically assigned a value of unity, or 100, in some reference period and the values of the index for other periods of time are intended to indicate the average proportionate, or percentage, change in prices from this price reference period. Price indices can also be used to measure differences in price levels between different cities, regions or countries at the same point in time. [CPI Manual 2004, Introduction] For euro countries, consumer prices are calculated based on harmonized prices. For more information see http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-BE-04-001/EN/KS-BE-04-001-EN.PDF.] Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Harmonized prices: No. Survey of 66 cities. Frequency of source data: Monthly Base year: 2007 Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    17Inflation, average consumer prices : See notes for: Inflation, average consumer prices (Index).
    18Inflation, end of period consumer prices : Expressed in end of the period, not annual average data. A consumer price index (CPI) measures changes in the prices of goods and services that households consume. Such changes affect the real purchasing power of consumers? incomes and their welfare. As the prices of different goods and services do not all change at the same rate, a price index can only reflect their average movement. A price index is typically assigned a value of unity, or 100, in some reference period and the values of the index for other periods of time are intended to indicate the average proportionate, or percentage, change in prices from this price reference period. Price indices can also be used to measure differences in price levels between different cities, regions or countries at the same point in time. [CPI Manual 2004, Introduction] For euro countries, consumer prices are calculated based on harmonized prices. For more information see http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-BE-04-001/EN/KS-BE-04-001-EN.PDF. Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Harmonized prices: No. Survey of 66 cities. Frequency of source data: Monthly Base year: 2007 Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    19Inflation, end of period consumer prices : See notes for: Inflation, end of period consumer prices (Index).
    21Volume of imports of goods and services : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    22Volume of Imports of goods : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    23Volume of exports of goods and services : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    24Volume of exports of goods : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    25Value of oil imports : Value is equal to the price per unit of quantity of oil imports multiplied by the number of quantity units. Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    26Value of oil exports : Value is equal to the price per unit of quantity of oil exports multiplied by the number of quantity units. Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Methodology used to derive volumes: Formula used to derive volumes: Laspeyres-type Chain-weighted: No Trade System: General trade Oil coverage: Primary or unrefined products;Secondary or refined products; Valuation of exports: Free on board (FOB) Valuation of imports:
    27Unemployment rate : Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Employment type: National definition Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    29Population : For census purposes, the total population of the country consists of all persons falling within the scope of the census. In the broadest sense, the total may comprise either all usual residents of the country or all persons present in the country at the time of the census. [Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, Revision 1, paragraph 2.42] Source: CEIC Latest actual data: 2011 Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    30Govt revenue : Revenue consists of taxes, social contributions, grants receivable, and other revenue. Revenue increases government?s net worth, which is the difference between its assets and liabilities (GFSM 2001, paragraph 4.20). Note: Transactions that merely change the composition of the balance sheet do not change the net worth position, for example, proceeds from sales of nonfinancial and financial assets or incurrence of liabilities. Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    31Govt revenue : Revenue consists of taxes, social contributions, grants receivable, and other revenue. Revenue increases government?s net worth, which is the difference between its assets and liabilities (GFSM 2001, paragraph 4.20). Note: Transactions that merely change the composition of the balance sheet do not change the net worth position, for example, proceeds from sales of nonfinancial and financial assets or incurrence of liabilities. See notes for: General government revenue (National currency).
    32Govt total expenditure : Total expenditure consists of total expense and the net acquisition of nonfinancial assets. Note: Apart from being on an accrual basis, total expenditure differs from the GFSM 1986 definition of total expenditure in the sense that it also takes the disposals of nonfinancial assets into account. Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    33Govt total expenditure : Total expenditure consists of total expense and the net acquisition of nonfinancial assets. Note: Apart from being on an accrual basis, total expenditure differs from the GFSM 1986 definition of total expenditure in the sense that it also takes the disposals of nonfinancial assets into account. See notes for: General government total expenditure (National currency).
    34Govt net lending/borrowing : Net lending (+)/ borrowing (?) is calculated as revenue minus total expenditure. This is a core GFS balance that measures the extent to which general government is either putting financial resources at the disposal of other sectors in the economy and nonresidents (net lending), or utilizing the financial resources generated by other sectors and nonresidents (net borrowing). This balance may be viewed as an indicator of the financial impact of general government activity on the rest of the economy and nonresidents (GFSM 2001, paragraph 4.17). Note: Net lending (+)/borrowing (?) is also equal to net acquisition of financial assets minus net incurrence of liabilities. Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    35Govt net lending/borrowing : Net lending (+)/ borrowing (?) is calculated as revenue minus total expenditure. This is a core GFS balance that measures the extent to which general government is either putting financial resources at the disposal of other sectors in the economy and nonresidents (net lending), or utilizing the financial resources generated by other sectors and nonresidents (net borrowing). This balance may be viewed as an indicator of the financial impact of general government activity on the rest of the economy and nonresidents (GFSM 2001, paragraph 4.17). Note: Net lending (+)/borrowing (?) is also equal to net acquisition of financial assets minus net incurrence of liabilities. See notes for: General government net lending/borrowing (National currency).
    36Govt structural balance : The structural budget balance refers to the general government cyclically adjusted balance adjusted for nonstructural elements beyond the economic cycle. These include temporary financial sector and asset price movements as well as one-off, or temporary, revenue or expenditure items. The cyclically adjusted balance is the fiscal balance adjusted for the effects of the economic cycle; see, for example, A. Fedelino. A. Ivanova and M. Horton ?Computing Cyclically Adjusted Balances and Automatic Stabilizers? IMF Technical Guidance Note No. 5, http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/tnm/2009/tnm0905.pdf. Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    37Govt structural balance : See notes for: General government structural balance (National currency).
    42Govt gross debt : Gross debt consists of all liabilities that require payment or payments of interest and/or principal by the debtor to the creditor at a date or dates in the future. This includes debt liabilities in the form of SDRs, currency and deposits, debt securities, loans, insurance, pensions and standardized guarantee schemes, and other accounts payable. Thus, all liabilities in the GFSM 2001 system are debt, except for equity and investment fund shares and financial derivatives and employee stock options. Debt can be valued at current market, nominal, or face values (GFSM 2001, paragraph 7.110). Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    43Govt gross debt : Gross debt consists of all liabilities that require payment or payments of interest and/or principal by the debtor to the creditor at a date or dates in the future. This includes debt liabilities in the form of SDRs, currency and deposits, debt securities, loans, insurance, pensions and standardized guarantee schemes, and other accounts payable. Thus, all liabilities in the GFSM 2001 system are debt, except for equity and investment fund shares and financial derivatives and employee stock options. Debt can be valued at current market, nominal, or face values (GFSM 2001, paragraph 7.110). See notes for: General government gross debt (National currency).
    44GDP corresponding to fiscal year, current prices : Gross domestic product corresponding to fiscal year is the country?s GDP based on the same period during the year as their fiscal data. In the case of countries whose fiscal data are based on a fiscal calendar (e.g., July to June), this series would be the country?s GDP over that same period. For countries whose fiscal data are based on a calendar year (i.e., January to December), this series will be the same as their GDP in current prices. Source: Ministry of Finance Latest actual data: 2010 Notes: Additional WEO data variables submission are done based on GFSM 2001 (on a cash basis), however, the process of conversion to GFS 2001 remains ongoing. Fiscal assumptions: The 2011 central government deficit was lower than expected (1.1 percent of GDP), reflecting under spending, particularly on public investment. The central government 2012 deficit is estimated at 1.0 percent of GDP, lower than the budget estimate of 1.5 GDP. This reflects current plans of raising domestic fuel prices by 33%. However as the system of fuel subsidies remain unchanged, increasing oil prices will have a negative budgetary impact in the absence of a comprehensive fuel subsidy reform. Low projected budget deficit also reflects ongoing budget execution problems. Fiscal projections for 2013 ? 2017 are built around key policy reforms needed to support economic growth, namely enhancing budget implementation to ensure fiscal policy effectiveness, reducing energy subsidies through gradual administrative price increases, and continuous revenue mobilization efforts to increase space for infrastructure development. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December. From 2000 onward GFS Manual used: 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;Local Government; Valuation of public debt: Face value. Book value Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    45Current account balance : Current account is all transactions other than those in financial and capital items. The major classifications are goods and services, income and current transfers. The focus of the BOP is on transactions (between an economy and the rest of the world) in goods, services, and income. Data for the world total reflects errors, omissions, and asymmetries in balance of payments statistics on current account, as well as the exclusion of data for international organizations and a limited number of countries. Calculated as the sum of the balance of individual countries. Source: CEIC. CEIC Database Latest actual data: 2011 Notes: The authorities have revised the balance of payments to Balance of Payments Manual, 5th edition standards for data starting in 2000. Prior to 2000 data were consistent with Balance of Payments Manual, 4th edition. BOP Manual used: BPM 5 Primary domestic currency: Indonesian rupiah Data last updated: 03/2012
    46Current account balance : See notes for: Gross domestic product, current prices (National currency) Current account balance (U.S. dollars).