Indonesia Inflation at 0.1% in April 2018

Jakarta | 2nd May 2018

Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation in April 2018 reaches 0.10% (mtm), slowing down compared to the previous month of 0.20% (mtm). With such progress, as of April, CPI inflation is recorded 1.09% (ytd) or 3.41% (yoy), which is relatively the same as the previous month of 3.40% (yoy), and remains within the inflation target of 3.5±1%.


Going forward, inflation is estimated to remain within the 2018 inflation target, i.e. 3.5%±1% (yoy). Coordination of policies between the Government and Bank Indonesia to control inflation will be consistently strengthened, primarily in anticipation of the increasing inflation of volatile food.

Official Press Release by Bank Indonesia

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