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Impact of the Global Economic Recession
Indonesia is not as gloomy as the US or Europe, but there are so many uncertainties, so many things that we don't know about the future.
2022 Believed to be Safe from Recession, Next Year Needs Attention
The projection of global economic stagflation and recession should not be neglected, especially the impact on Indonesia next year.
Recession Is “Strong Medicine” of Global Inflation
With such an elevated inflation rate, the Fed insisted on the need to increase its benchmark-interest rate. The impression of a "strong medicine” can be seen from the large increase in the interest rate.
Energy Crisis, US Dollar and Recession
The World Bank estimates that Indonesia's growth in 2022 will remain at 5.1 percent, slightly above the 5.01 percent growth rate in the first quarter.
Turning Point of Policy
The government needs to be ready with psychological breakthroughs at any time they are needed.
Recession During Pandemic and Economic Recovery
Indonesia suffers first recession two decades after the monetary crisis hit the country in 1998.
Recession and Economic Turnaround
Besides making people anxious about their livelihood, re-cession has also turned people to be more creative, which can be done through informal business activities.
Alarm of Economic Recession
Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has announced that the economy contracted in the third quarter by 3.49 percent year-on-year (yoy), meaning that Indonesia has entered a recession.
Indonesia Suffers First Recession in over 20 Years, Finmin Says "Worst is Over"
Indonesia’s economy has fallen into recession for the first time since the Asian financial crisis more than two decades. However, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the "the worst is over".
Extra Paradox in the Middle of a Recession
The latest report from Statistics Indonesia (BPS) showed a 0.05 percent deflation in September 2020.