The Republic of Indonesia's Exports to the US dropped 113 million US dollars, This is the Cause
September 2019, Indonesia's exports to the US only reached 1.48 billion US dollars, down 7.09 percent or 113 million dollars compared to August 2019.
The Head of the Central Statistics Department, Suhariyanto, said that the decline in Indonesian non-oil exports to the US was caused by the weakening of the US economy. As a result, demand from the country declined.
In addition, in general the global economy is in a slowing condition, which ultimately has an impact on Indonesia's export performance.
"So it's the global phenomenon that makes the pattern a bit different. It also needs the improvement (policy) in the country, "he continued.
Suhariyanto said that exports to the US that dropped were clothing to 18.33 percent, knitted goods 6.18 percent and processed meat and fish 15.5 percent.
Despite the decline, the US still occupies the second position of Indonesia's export destination countries. The first position of Indonesia's export destination country is China. (*)
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