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Data and Statistics

Provincial Growth

Provincial Economic Profile

Triwulan I 2024

During the first quarter of 2024, the provincial group on Java Island still showed its spatial influence in the Indonesian economy by recording a role of 57.70 percent despite experiencing a slowdown in growth of 4.84 percent compared to the first quarter of 2023 (y-on-y).

 

Spatially, the three groups of provinces with the highest economic growth are Maluku & Papua, Sulawesi, and Kalimantan. Economic growth in the three regions was mainly driven by mining activities, the metal industry, and the construction of IKN.

2023


 

The spatial structure of the Indonesian economy in 2023 by island group is still contributed by Java with a contribution of 57.05 per cent; followed by Sumatra 22.01 per cent; Kalimantan 8.49 per cent; Sulawesi 7.10 per cent; Bali and Nusa Tenggara 2.77 per cent; and Maluku and Papua 2.58 per cent. Meanwhile, economic growth performance in 2023 in all island groups is conducive despite the global economic slowdown. The highest cumulative growth (c-to-c) occurred in the Maluku and Papua Island group which recorded a growth of 6.94 per cent; followed by Sulawesi Island 6.37 per cent; Kalimantan Island 5.43 per cent; Java Island 4.96 per cent; and Sumatra Island 4.69 per cent. Furthermore, the provincial group in Bali and Nusa Tenggara Island recorded a growth of 4.00 per cent (c-to-c).

 

 

Third Quarter 2023 Economy

In terms of growth and contribution of GRDP by region, Java Island contributed 57.12 per cent to the Indonesian economy with a growth of 4.83 per cent (y-on-y).

The economy in Quarter 3-2023 of Sulawesi, and Maluku & Papua grew above the national economic growth.

The economic growth of Sulawesi island came from Processing Industry, Mining and Quarrying, and Trade. Meanwhile, the economic growth of Maluku and Papua is sourced from Mining and Quarrying, Processing Industry, and Trade. 

The highest inflation occurred in Tanjung Pandan at 5.43 per cent with a CPI of 120.87 and the lowest occurred in Jayapura at 1.43 per cent with a CPI of 112.88.

2022

Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP)

The group of provinces in Java Island still coloured the spatial structure of the Indonesian economy in 2022 with a contribution of 56.48 per cent, followed by Sumatra Island at 22.04 per cent, Kalimantan Island at 9.23 per cent, Sulawesi Island at 7.03 per cent, Bali and Nusa Tenggara Island at 2.72 per cent, and Maluku and Papua Island at 2.50 per cent.

In 2022, the economic growth of all island groups was recorded to be conducive despite global geopolitical pressures due to increased community activities during the COVID-19 period. Cumulatively, the highest growth (c-to-c) was recorded in the Maluku and Papua Island group which grew by 8.65 per cent, followed by Sulawesi Island by 7.05 per cent, Java Island by 5.31 per cent, Bali and Nusa Tenggara Island by 5.08 per cent, and Kalimantan Island by 4.94 per cent. Furthermore, the group of provinces on Sumatra Island grew by 4.69 per cent.

Provincial Export Leading Commodities: 

Aceh: Oil Products Processing, Coal, Lignite, Capture Fisheries, Chemicals, Food, Non-timber forest products

North Sumatra : Petroleum Products Processing, Chemicals, Rubber, Plastics, Livestock, Mine Goods

West Sumatra : Food, Rubber, Rubber Products, Plastics, Metals, Capture Fisheries, Mined Goods

Riau : Crude Oil, Oil Products, Food, Paper, Chemicals, Non-Timber Forest Products, Capture Fisheries, Mining Goods, Coal, Lignite

Jambi: Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Rubber, Plastics, Paper, Food, Non-timber Forest Products, Livestock

South Sumatra : Petroleum Products, Paper, Rubber, Plastics, Chemicals, Coal, Lignite, Mining Goods, Aquaculture, Non-Timber Forest Products

Bengkulu : Coal, Lignite, Metal Ore, Rubber, Plastics, Food, Wood, Cork, Woven Bamboo and Rattan, Non-Timber Forest Products

Lampung : Oil Products, Food, Chemicals, Paper, Coal, Lignite, Mining Goods, Non-Timber Forest Products, Capture Fisheries

Bangka Belitung : Crude Oil, Base Metals, Food, Rubber, Plastics, Capture and Aquaculture Fisheries, Mine Goods

Riau Islands : Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Oil Products, Gas, Electronic and Computer Goods, Optics, Electrical Equipment, Chemicals, Animal Husbandry, Capture Fisheries, Mining Goods, Metal Ore, Petroleum and Natural Gas

DKI Jakarta: Petroleum Products, Mining Products, Crude Oil, Base Metals and Semi-Trailers, Transport Equipment, Livestock, Motor Vehicles

West Java: Oil Products, Crude Oil, Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Apparel, Computer and Electronic Goods, Optics, Animal Husbandry, Aquaculture

Central Java : Oil Products, Gas, Textiles, Apparel, Wood, Cork, Woven Bamboo and Rattan

D.I. Yogyakarta : Apparel, Furniture, Forest Products

East Java : Crude Oil, Oil Products, Gas, Food, Basic Metals, Chemicals, Livestock, Agriculture, Metal Ore

Banten : Hail Oil, Gas, Leather Goods, Footwear, Rubber, Plastics, Food, Chemicals, Basic Metals, Livestock, Aquaculture

Bali : Oil Products, Apparel, Food, Capture and Aquaculture Fisheries, Agriculture

West Nusa Tenggara : Metal Ore, Mines and Quarries, Food, Apparel, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture

East Nusa Tenggara : Oil Products, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture, Food, Non-metallic minerals, Furniture

West Kalimantan : Petroleum Products, Base Metals, Rubber, Plastics, Food, Metal Ore, Agriculture, Aquaculture, Non-Timber Forest Products

Central Kalimantan : Coal, Lignite, Metal Ore, Mining and Quarrying Goods, Food, Base Metal, Lignite, Plastics, Non-Timber Forest Products, Agriculture

South Kalimantan : Coal, Lignite, Metal Ore, Food, Wood, Cork, Bamboo Plaiting, Agriculture, Capture and Aquaculture Fisheries  

East Kalimantan : Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Oil Products, Food, Chemicals, Wood, Cork, Bamboo and Rattan Woven Goods, Coal, Lignite, Agriculture, Capture Fisheries, Non-Timber Forest Products

North Kalimantan : Coal, Lignite, Food, Wood, Woven from Bamboo and Rattan, Tobacco, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture

North Sulawesi : Food, Basic Metals, Chemicals, Agriculture, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture

Central Sulawesi : Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Base Metals, Chemicals, Food, Metal Ore, Mining and Quarrying Goods, Agriculture, Non-Timber Forest Products, Aquaculture

South Sulawesi : Basic metals, food, non-metallic minerals, mining goods, agriculture, capture fisheries

Southeast Sulawesi : Basic metals, food, wood, cork, woven bamboo and rattan, metal ore, mining and quarrying goods, agriculture, capture fisheries and aquaculture

Gorontalo : Food, Wood, Cork, Woven Bamboo and Rattan, Capture Fisheries, Non-Timber Forest Products

West Sulawesi : Food, Chemicals, Wood and Cork, Woven Bamboo and Rattan, Agriculture, Non-timber Forest Products, Aquaculture

Maluku : Mining Goods, Crude Oil, Agriculture, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture, Food, Wood, Cork, Plaited from Bamboo and Rattan, Electrical Equipment, Mining and Quarrying Goods

North Maluku : Metal Ore, Base Metal, Food, Agriculture, Capture Fisheries, Non-Timber Forest Products

West Papua : Mining Goods, Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Oil Products, Non-Metallic Mineral Resources, Food, Cork, Woven Bamboo and Rattan, Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture

Papua: Oil Products, Natural Gas, Mining and Quarrying Goods, Wood and Cork Industry, Bamboo and Rattan Weaving, Food, Transport Equipment, Capture Fisheries, Agriculture, Forest Products

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