Indonesia Revises Feb Trade Data
Indonesia Revises Feb Trade Data

Indonesia Revises Feb Trade Data

Indonesia Revises Feb Trade Data

Indonesia’s statistics bureau on Monday revised up its figures for exports and imports in February. The bureau said exports from Indonesia were worth $12.62 billion in February, up from the $12.57 billion it reported a month ago, Reuters reported. Imports in February were revised to $11.35 billion from $11.26 billion. The revisions brought February’s trade surplus to $1.27 billion, lower than a preliminary report of $1.43 billion. Southeast Asia’s largest economy posted a $1.23 billion trade surplus in March, the bureau said earlier on Monday. Indonesia has had a trade surplus since the start of 2016.


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