Country Profile

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Country Profile 2018-04-09T03:34:26+00:00
 Region  South East Asia
 Capital city  Jakarta
 Surface area  1,910,931 sq km (742,308 sq miles)
 Population (2017)  263,991,000
 Population density (2017)  145.7 per sq km
 Capital city pop. (2017)  10,323.1
 Currency  Rupiah (IDR)

Sources: UNdata, The World Bank.

 Languages  Bahasa Indonesia
 English
 Local languages (more than 700 local languages)
 Ethnicity (2010)  Javanese (40.1%)
 Sundanese (15.5%)
 Malay (3.7%)
 Batak (3.6%)
 Madurese (3%)
 Others (34.1%)
 Religions (2010)  Muslim (87.2%)
 Christian (7%)
 Roman Catholic (2.9%)
 Hindu (1.7%)
 Others (1.3%)

Sources: CIA World Factbook, UNdata.

 Location Southeastern Asia, archipelago between
the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean
 Land boundaries 2,958 km
 Bordering countries  Malaysia, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea
 Area (2011)  Land: 1,811,569 sq km
 Water: 93,000 sq km
 Coastline  54,716 km
 Climate  Tropical, hot, humid, more moderate in highlands
 Natural Resources  Petroleum, tin, natural gas, nickel, timber,
 bauxite, copper, fertile soils, coal, gold, silver
 Land Use (2011)  Agricultural land: 31.2%
arable land 13%, permanent crops 12.1%, permanent pasture 6.1%
 Forest: 51.7%
Other17.2%
 Natural Hazards Floods, severe droughts, tsunamis, earthquakes,
 volcanoes, forest fires

Sources: UNdata, CIA World Factbook.

 GDP (2017)  $1.09 trillion
 GDP growth (WEO Q42017)  5.3%
 GDP per capita (2016)  $3,974
 GNI per capita (2016)  $3,400
 State budget (2017)
       Revenue  $129.6 billion
       Expenditure  $159.2 billion
 Exports (2017)  $168,810.7 million
 Imports (2017)  $156,925.2 million
 Balance (2017)  $11,885.5 million
 Inflation (targeted 2018)  3.21%
 Unemployment (2017)  5.5%
 Foreign Direct Investment (2015)  1.97%
 (net inflows, % of GDP)

Sources: Bank of Indonesia, Ministry of FinanceMinistry of TradeThe World Bank, UNdata, OECD, IMF.

 Gini Index (2016)  40
 Poverty headcount ratio   10.12%
 (national poverty lines,  % population) (2017)
 Life expectancy at birth (2010-2015)
       Total 68.9 years
       Male 66.6 years
       Female  70.7 years
 Infant mortality rate   25
 (per 1000 live births) (2010-2015)
 Literacy rate (2011)
       Total 92.81%
       Male  95.59
       Female  90.07%
 Government spending on education (2017)  20.00% of GDP

Source: UNdata, The World Bank, UNESCO, Statistics Indonesia.