Indonesia's central bank also revised down its forecast for Q2-2013 economic growth. According to the institution, growth in Q2-2013 will most likely resemble growth in the first quarter of the year (6.02 percent). Previously, it expected Indonesia's gross domestic product (GDP) to increase 6.20 percent in Q2-2013. Underlying reasons for the downgrade are the weak recovery of Indonesia's exports as well as lower domestic demand. Relative high inflation has reduced purchasing power and thus impacted on household consumption. Moreover, uncertainty about the fuel price hike makes people cautious. For full-year 2013, it maintained its forecast of 6.2-6.6 percent economic growth.