On 6 October 2022 Indonesia Investments released the September 2022 edition of its monthly report. In this report we analyze the latest (and most relevant) economic, political, and social news from Indonesia.
A number of important topics are the center of focus in the September 2022 report. For example, we present an update of the development of Indonesia's new capital city (Nusantara). This is a valid subject as actual physical construction has just started (after a long delay).
As usual we also offer an analysis of Indonesia's economic growth, taking into account various global and domestic developments and macroeconomic indicators.
Another important topic is Bank Indonesia's monetary policy as it - for a second month in a row - raised its benchmark interest rate to 4.25 percent amid heavy pressures that stem from hawkish Federal Reserve officials (prompting capital outflows from Indonesia that put pressure on the Indonesian rupiah).
We also zoom in on Indonesia's logistics costs. Indonesia's high logistics costs have always been a bottleneck in its investment and business environment. However, after the Indonesian government raised prices of subsidized fuel prices (Pertalite, Pertamax and automotive diesel oil), logistics costs are bound to rise further.
To see a complete overview of all topics discussed in our September 2022 report you can click on the link below to see the table of contents.
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