Monday, September 25, 2017

FW: RHB | Indonesia | Stronger Growth in 2018 But Capped By Spending Constraint




Economic Research

25 September 2017



Economic Outlook




Stronger Growth in 2018 But Capped By Spending Constraint


As domestic demand and external activities recover, we expect the Indonesian economy to grow by a faster pace of 5.3% in 2018, compared with 5.1% estimated for 2017. This is on account of a pick-up in household consumption, investment, and government spending as an election year approaches.



Economist:  Rizki Fajar| +6221 2970 7065



To access our recent reports please click on the links below:

29 Mar: Stronger Growth As Exports & Government Spending Recover

08 Dec: Prospect For A Modest Pick-Up In Economic Growth

21 Sep: Economic Growth To Be Capped Amid Fiscal Consolidation

21 Jun: Growth Momentum Catching Up, Economic Growth To Be Stronger In 2H 2016

23 Mar: Higher Economic Growth on Stronger Domestic Demand

18 Dec: BI Held The Benchmark Rate Unchanged At 7.5%


Economics Team





Peck Boon Soon

Chief ASEAN Economist

+603 9280 2163

Vincent Loo Yeong Hong

Malaysia, Vietnam

+603 9280 2172

Ng Kee Chou

Singapore, Thailand

+603 9280 2179

Rizki Fajar

Indonesia, Philippines

+6221 2970 7065

Aris Nazman Maslan

Malaysia, Vietnam

+603 9280 2184



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