“Although the economic situation is good, we are very worried about rising inflation that has happened in various countries. The interest rate will enter a new regime, namely an increase in global interest rates and of course this will greatly affect the investment that is needed by Indonesia,” explained Airlangga.
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the IMF noted several aspects such as economic performance, growth, balance of payments which experienced a trade surplus for 26 consecutive months, and the inflation side which was below 5 percent.
“The most important thing is the synergy and cooperation in terms of fiscal monetary policy from Bank Indonesia and the Finance Ministry so we are able to maintain the momentum of Indonesia’s economic recovery,” said Sri Mulyani. (rr)