Imports from these 5 countries have increased, with China to Ukraine being the highest

Bisnis.comJAKARTA – The Central Statistical Agency (BPS) noted that Indonesia’s non-oil and gas import performance in November 2022 was up 2.45% month-on-month (mtm) from October 2022. The largest increase in imports came from China.

BPS Production Statistics Assistant Mr. Habibullah said the top 5 countries with the largest increase in non-oil/gas imports in November 2022 were China, Thailand, Ukraine, India and Malaysia.

“The largest increase in imports was from China, an increase of $700.4 million or an increase of 13.47% mtm,” he said in the Official Statistics News BPS release on Thursday ( 12/15/2022).

The total value of non-oil and gas imports from China in November 2022 was recorded at $5.9 billion, or 36.52% of Indonesia’s total non-oil and gas imports. The largest increase in imports from China are laptop computers, parts of transmission equipment other than radio/television broadcasting equipment, and semi-finished iron or steel products.

Meanwhile, the second largest increase in non-oil and gas imports came from Thailand, which increased by US$109.9 million, followed by Ukraine, which increased by US$30.2 million. , India US$29 million and Malaysia US$27.9 million.

Furthermore, Habibullah added that there were 5 countries with the biggest drop in imports, namely South Korea which fell by $102.2 million, followed by Brazil which fell by $71.1 million. dollars. Imports from Taiwan also fell by US$47.8 million, Singapore by US$47.3 million and Kazakhstan by US$44.4 million.

“Largest drop in non-oil and gas imports from South Korea fell $102.2 million or 11.46%, with the largest drop in liquid dielectric transformers, station wagons and sports cars , as well as non-monetary gold in non-temperate countries,” he explained.

In general, non-oil and gas imports in November 2022 were valued at $16.16 billion, up 2.45% from October 2022, while on an annual basis they were down 0.89% compared to November 2021.

The largest drop in imports of non-oil and gas goods in November 2022 compared to October 2022 was cereals of US$91.6 million (25.28%) from Australia, Canada and Bulgaria . Meanwhile, the largest increase was machinery/mechanical equipment and their share of US$222.8 million (8.50%) came from China, the United States and Singapore.

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