Most of Indonesia’s trade is conducted with other Asian countries. Of these, the majority of such trading activities is conducted with South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and China.
Indonesia’s leading exports include minerals, oil and gas, rubber, electrical appliances, and palm oil. The exports of such products account for approximately 20% of the country’s GDP.
The products of which Indonesia imports large quantities from abroad include mineral fuels, oil, machinery, computers, iron, steel, plastics, and vehicles. Items in these categories constitute almost 60% of all products which [...]