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 



Bottom line

“Inflationary pressure continued heightening in June due to the further increase in foods price. Rupiah weakened and its value broke Rp15,000 per US dollar mostly due to external factors. However, the central bank maintained BI Rate as its monetary policy rate at 3.5%. Stock market index has been continuing on a bearish trend while bonds’ returns remained fairly stable. Demand for business loans (for working capital and investment) and consumer loans (for housing and vehicles) had started to elevate.  The expansion of manufacturing charted another fall; while external trade recorded a higher surplus. ”

 ~ Jakarta, 22 July  2022 ~