Trade-off Indonesia *) is a provider of economic and business advisory services. Our services help organizations to adapt with the dynamics of Indonesian economy and business landscape. We provide value-added insights and advices on (1) Indonesia’s economy and policy trade-offs, and (2) strategic trade-offs for companies operate in Indonesia.
1. Economic advisory: comprehensive and deep insight on the Indonesian economic situation, and reliable advices for policymaking in choosing the most feasible trade-offs:
- Economic reasoning: analyze specific economic issues and advice for policy trade-offs to effectively addressing the issues.
- Economic review: insight and overview of Indonesia’s economic situation, on monthly basis, covering major indicators of macroeconomy, banking and financial markets, industry, trade, state budget, and external debt.
2. Business advisory: comprehensive and deep insight and advice for strategic trade-offs of companies to adapt with the dynamics of Indonesia’s business landscape:
- Business intelligence: monitor, analysis, and advice of specific industry, market, and business environment for company’s strategic insight and decision made over the company’s journey to reach goals. Core competence: industry monitoring and analysis, policy and regulatory review, market access, and feasibility study.
- Business resilience: action plan to protect the company’s business from harmful disruption and ensure its sustainability to remains operational, recover from the disruption and grow stronger and more effective. Core competence: resilience design; system monitoring, audit and review; technical documentation and translation.
*) in association with PT Resiliensi Indonesia
“The inflationary pressure calmed down in October as general price recorded a 0.11% deflation along with substantial diminishing impact of the subsidized fuel price hike in early September. Rupiah depreciation continued further at the level of Rp15,600 per US$ and the supply of foreign currency in domestic money market decreased. To curb inflation and stabilize rupiah, BI Rate was hiked again in November by 50 bps to 5.25%. Manufacturing sector was still at its expansionary phase until October; and external trade was in surplus although deficit in oil and gas widened. State budget printed surplus especially due to lower spending realization ”
~ Jakarta, 24 November 2022 ~