BI Rate , 2005-2017 (Indonesia)
February 23, 2017
Statistics Indonesia


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This dataset is part of the BPS Public Finance Series.


  1. Government financial statistics consists of :

    • Central Government Financial Statistics.

    • Financial Statistics of the First Level Local Government.

    • Financial Statistics of the Second Level Local Government.

    • Village Government Financial Statistics.

  2. The Central Government covers all departments and other central level institutions Which activities are financed through the Central Government Budgets (APBN).

  3. The first, the second level local, and village government are independently financed through their own separate budgets (APBD).

  4. Domestic revenues consist of oil and gas revenues plus non-oil and gas revenues.

  5. Taxes on income consist of income tax, corporate tax, withholding tax, and taxes on devidend, interest and royalty. Since the first semester of 1984/1985, these taxes have been aggregated into the tax on income.

  6. Since the first semester of 1984/1985 the term of corporate tax on oil has been labelled as oil and gas revenues.

  7. Since the first semester of 1984/1985, other revenues from direct taxes have been combined with other revenues from indirect taxes.

  8. Since the first semester of 1985/1986, sales tax and sales tax on imports have been included in value-added tax.

  9. Since the first semester of 1986/1987, land tax has been changed to tax on land and building (PBB).

  10. Detailed financial data can be found in the yearly statistical Publications.

  11. Money Supply: Source of data on money supply is Bank Indonesia.Money Supply is composed of : currency, demand deposits and Quasi.

    • Currency consists of legal bank notes and coins excluding cash in the Treasury and commercial banks.
    • Demand deposit comprises current accounts, transfers, and mature time and saving deposits in rupiah, held by residents with monetary system.Quasi money consists of time and saving deposits in rupiah and foreign currency held by resident with commercial banks. 

  12. Average prices of selected foreign currencies in 27 provinces market.

    Prices of selected foreign currencies statistics is compiled from the monthly survey of foreign currencies. The survey is conducted monthly since April 1998 in 27 capital cities of Provinces.

  13. Transaction and Index of Stock at Stock Exchange
    • Share Trade are registered shares at The Capital Market Supervisory Agency (Bapepam) and recorded at Indonesia stock exchange, excluding shares withhold as quarantee for the issuance of PT. Danareksa Certificates.

    • The volume of shares trade is the volume of daily transaction at the Indonesia stock exchange.

    • The average volume of shares trade is the total number of shares traded divided by the number of transaction days (Monday through Friday except holiday).

    14. Balance of Payments 

    • Data of Balance of Payments are obtained from the Indonesia Financial and Economic Statistics, which data have been compiled by Bank Indonesia.

    • The Statistics on export and import values is the Balance of Paymenst are different from the statistics of export and import values compiled by Central Bureau of Statistics because of following reasons:

      1. Differences in the concept used for recording data.

      2. The import statistics of the Central Bureau of Statistics are derived only from PIUD documents. Import statistics derived from non-PIUD documents are not recorded by the Central Bureau of Statistics.

    15. Rupiah Credit Interest Rates by Group of Banks and Rupiah Time Deposits Interest Rates by Group of Banks

    • The interest rates are calculated based on weighted average rates and provided only for non-priority credits. Loan interest rates are classified according to the following gropus of banks: State Banks, Regional Goverment Banks, Private National Banks, Foreign and Joint Banks, Commercial Banks.


The government sector consist of:

  1. the Central Government which covers ministries, institutions and other central level organizations which are financed by the central government budget

  2. The First Level Local Government, the Second Level Local Government and the Village Government which are independently financed by each own separate budget. For the state State Own enterprises (SOE), including partly owned by the local government, are classified as quasi corporate and excluded from the govenrment sector.

The administration of government finance is conducted by the Ministry of Finance Cq. the Directorate General of budgeting which places its funds not only in demand deposits with the Central Bank, state banks and post-office, but also in cash at the Treasury Offices. The balance with Central Bank is posted as debit in the Government Account.

These tables present government revenue and expenditures. Data sources are the State Budget, the Budget Law and the Amendements of State Budget which constitute of the Financial Report of Governmet Finance to the Parliament.

The Financial Statistics of the First and Second Level Local Government are compiled by complete enumeration from all local autonomous government. A special case for the second level governments in DKI Jakarta are not included due to their budget are not separated, rather combined with it s the first level local government, namely DKI Jakarta.

The Village Government Financial Statistics are colected by sample method. The size of sample is about 10% out of 63,821 villages, and this yields 7,126 villages.


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