Indonesia - Gross External Debt





Indonesia: Gross External Debt

Mnemonic GDBTEXT.IIDN
Unit Mil. USD, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 2.16 %
Data 2020 Q4 417,527
2020 Q3 408,685

Series Information

Source Bank Indonesia
Release External Debt
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 3/31/2003
End Date 12/31/2020

Indonesia: Government

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Gross External Debt 2020 Q4 417,527 408,685 Mil. USD, NSA Quarterly
Government Budget Balance 2019 -348,654 -269,443 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual
Government Expenditures 2019 2,309,287 2,213,117 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual
Government Revenues 2019 1,960,634 1,943,674 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual
Outstanding Public Debt 2019 402,052 305,693 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual
Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic 2019 419,551 302,516 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual
Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign 2019 -17,499 3,177 Bil. Rupees, NSA Annual

Release Information

Data are disseminated in millions of US dollars on the total gross of the Indonesia’s outstanding external debt.

The data are disseminated showing:

  1. A breakdown of total debt by sector into General Government, Monetary Authorities, Banks, and Other Sectors.
  2. A breakdown of total debt by an original maturity into short-term debt and long-term debt (defined as debt with a maturity of more than one year or loans with no stated maturity).
  3. A breakdown of total debt by instrument into Money Market Instruments, Loans, Trade Credits, Currency and Deposits, and Other Debt Liabilities.

Total receipts comprise of revenue receipts and capital receipts. Revenue receipts are further categorized as either tax or non-tax revenue where tax can be direct or indirect. Finally, the type of tax may be broken down into personal income or corporation tax. Total expenditure is the sum of plan and non-plan expenditure. Subtracting total expenditure from total receipts obtains the revenue balance/deficit.

The fiscal balance/deficit is defined as the sum of total receipts, recovery of loans and other receipts subtracted from total expenditure.

The gross primary balance/deficit is the amount of interest payments on the revenue account subtracted from the fiscal balance/deficit.

The data are preliminary figures when first released and are subject to revision. The final data will be release on the next quarter.