The reason why this decline was expected is because Indonesia celebrated Idul Fitri (the festivities that mark the end of the Ramadan month) in the third week of April 2023, a week-long holiday when part of the country’s economic activity (typically) comes to a near standstill.

But, something that is perhaps slightly worrying is that the decline in trade activity during this year’s Idul Fitri seems to be much bigger than in other years. This hints at the presence of some economic turmoil (both at home and abroad). And therefore, it is certainly worthwhile to take a closer look at Indonesia’s latest trade data to see if we can spot more clues.

But before we discuss Indonesia’s April 2023 trade data, let’s first take a quick look at global trade to put Indonesia’s trade performance into context.


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