Among G20 countries, Indonesia’s number 2 economy is the highest after Saudi Arabia


Coordinating Minister of Economy Airlangga Hartarto said that currently Indonesia’s economic growth is the second highest among G20 countries. Indonesia’s second position after Saudi Arabia

For information, G20 members include South Africa, United States, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, India, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Italy, Japan, Germany, Canada, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Russia, France, China, Turkey and European Union.

“Indonesia’s external factors are still very strong. So Indonesia is not included in a country vulnerable to financial problems. Even among the G20 countries, Indonesia is a country with the second economic growth the highest after Saudi Arabia. So, from an external factor point of view, Indonesia is safe,” he told Airlangga in a press release submitted via YouTube from the Presidential Secretariat. , Tuesday (10/11/2022).

Airlangga also said Indonesia’s internal economic strength will also be quite strong. He also estimates that Indonesia’s economic growth next year will reach 4.8% to 5.2%.

This was passed on by Airlangga to point out that the Indonesian economy is quite strong. Not even included in the 28 countries on the IMF’s patient aid list.

“The president also said that the IMF has 28 countries that entered to receive IMF assistance and 14 entered the 14th in the process. And of course that is more important than the crisis of 98 where the crisis of 98 was in several ASEAN countries,” says Airlangga.


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