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Bank Indonesia Facilitates Business Matching and Business Coaching for MSME Players

Bank Indonesia facilitates business matching (business meeting) and business coaching (business consulting) for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) actors to develop business capacity and expand access to MSME markets. Business matching activities and business coaching conducted as part of the 2019 Indonesian Creative Works Exhibition (KKI) series which will be held again on July 12-14 2019 at Exhibition Hall A, Jakarta Convention Center. Different from the previous year, KKI 2019 facilitated business matching between MSME players and financial institutions, marketplaces , and foreign aggregators / importers.

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Consumer Survey June 2019: Consumer Optimism Stay Awake

The Bank Indonesia Consumer Survey in June 2019 indicates that consumer optimism is maintained. This is reflected in the June 2019 Consumer Confidence Index (IKK) which is at an optimistic level (> 100) which is 126.4, although slightly lower than the previous month's IKK of 128.2.

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Retail Sales Survey May 2019: Retail Sales Grow

Retail sales in May 2019 increased, driven by seasonal factors. The Real Sales Index (IPR) of Bank Indonesia's Retail Sales Survey grew by 7.7% (yoy), higher than 6.7% (yoy) in April 2019. This increase was mainly driven by sales of the Clothing subgroup, Parts and Accessories group , and the Food, Beverage and Tobacco group along with increasing demand during the month of Ramadan and ahead of the celebration of Eid al-Fitr.

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BI dan IHLC Sepakati 5 Area Kerjasama dalam Penguatan Industri Halal di Indonesia

Bank Indonesia dan IHLC (Indonesia Halal Lifestyle Center) menyepakati penguatan Industri Halal di Indonesia melalui 5 (lima) area kerjasama. Kesepakatan dituangkan dalam Nota Kesepahaman (NK) yang ditandatangani oleh Kepala Departemen Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah Bank Indonesia, Suhaedi dan Chairman of Indonesia Halal Value Chain (IHLC), Sapta Nirwandar yang disaksikan oleh Deputi Gubernur Bank Indonesia, Dody Budi Waluyo pada hari ini (28/06) di Jakarta.

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Posisi Kewajiban Neto Investasi Internasional Indonesia Meningkat

Posisi Investasi Internasional (PII) Indonesia pada akhir triwulan I 2019 mencatat kewajiban neto yang meningkat, didorong terutama oleh posisi Kewajiban Finansial Luar Negeri (KFLN) yang naik. Pada akhir triwulan I 2019, PII Indonesia mencatat kewajiban neto sebesar 331,2 miliar dolar AS (31,5% terhadap PDB), meningkat dibandingkan dengan posisi kewajiban neto pada akhir triwulan IV 2018 yang tercatat 318,6 miliar dolar AS (30,6% terhadap PDB). Peningkatan kewajiban neto PII Indonesia disebabkan oleh kenaikan posisi KFLN yang lebih besar dari peningkatan posisi Aset Finansial Luar Negeri (AFLN).

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BI 7-Day Reverse Repo Rate Tetap 6,00%: Memperkuat Stabilitas Eksternal, Mendorong Momentum Pertumbuhan Ekonomi

Rapat Dewan Gubernur (RDG) Bank Indonesia pada 15-16 Mei 2019 memutuskan untuk mempertahankan BI 7-day Reverse Repo Rate (BI7DRR) sebesar 6,00%, suku bunga Deposit Facility sebesar 5,25%, dan suku bunga Lending Facility sebesar 6,75%. Keputusan tersebut sejalan dengan upaya menjaga stabilitas eksternal perekonomian Indonesia di tengah ketidakpastian pasar keuangan global yang meningkat. Bank Indonesia akan terus mencermati kondisi pasar keuangan global dan stabilitas eksternal perekonomian Indonesia dalam mempertimbangkan terbukanya ruang bagi kebijakan moneter yang akomodatif sejalan dengan rendahnya inflasi dan perlunya mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi di dalam negeri.