What is particularly interesting when looking at the BPS data is that Indonesia’s non-oil and gas balance showed a USD $100.9 million deficit, despite the fact that imports into the country were rather tame in April as there is no need to import heavily in the context of the Ramadan and Idul Fitri celebrations (because of social distancing policy measures).


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