Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
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gross domestic product
State Budget Deficit Can Be Reduced Earlier
As of 14 Dec. 2022, the 2022 State Budget deficit accounted for 1.22 percent of gross domestic product, lower than the initial target and projection.
Seven Steps to Navigating Recovery in 2023
Transition to Recession
In short, the domestic economy is not free from the impact of a world recession, although it will not be so significant. Economic growth can still be maintained in the range of 5 percent this year.
Indonesia Moves Away from Recession
The government needs to continue to monitor the global condition and anticipate the worst that could happen at any time. It is necessary to simulate a variety of possible scenarios, from the best to the worst.
The inflation and reduced growth faced by many countries are likely to also affect Indonesia. We need to manage state income and expenditure in a targeted and efficient manner.
MSMEs and Financing Constraints
In Indonesia’s financial system, banks play a large role in providing 77 percent of total loans, with the rest coming from pension funds, insurance, financial institutions, cooperatives, and others.
Deficit Financing Becomes a Challenge for Government
The government has set the deficit in the 2022 draft state budget (RAPBN) at 4.85 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
Indonesia Boosts Economic Diplomacy amid Pandemic
Indonesia continues to strengthen its economic diplomacy to support the country’s recovery efforts in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digitization in Marketing Supports MSMEs
The digitization of MSMEs would have a positive impact not only on local communities, but also on the image of domestic brands.
2021 Growth Scenario
The success of public mobility restrictions coupled with the acceleration of the vaccination program will determine how fast Indonesia can get out of the COVID-19 crisis.