ADB Approves $21.02 Billion in Financing in 2013

The substantial lending volume reflects Asia’s continued need for development assistance, despite impressive growth and poverty reduction efforts in recent years. Read More

Indonesia Needs to Pursue Structural Reforms amid Widening Current Account Deficit

Indonesia’s growth is expected to dip slightly in 2014 before recovering next year, says ADB’s flagship annual economic publication Asian Development Outlook 2014. Read More

Developing Asia To Extend Steady Growth in 2014

Higher demand from recovering advanced economies will be dampened somewhat by moderating growth in the PRC, says new ADB report. Read More

Contagion Risks Loom for Asia's Bond Markets

Risks to the region's financial markets are increasing and countries need to be prepared, warns ADB’s latest report. Read More


Despite turbulent global economic conditions, Indonesia’s economy remains resilient. Gross domestic product (GDP) growth has been consistently robust, with investment, private consumption, and government spending as the main drivers.

As a large middle-income country, Indonesia's development priorities and borrowing preferences are changing. Guided by the government's commitment to "pro-poor, pro-job, pro-growth, and pro-environment" development, ADB's country partnership strategy aims to support poverty reduction through more rapid, sustainable, and inclusive economic growth.

Fast Facts

245.76 (2012)
Population in millions

1.7% (2010-2012)
Annual population growth rate

12.5% (2011)
Population living below the national poverty line

ADB Lending

Amount ($M) / %
Sector (No. of loans)
4,092.52 / 13.88
Agriculture (100)
2,297.35 / 7.79
Education (33)
4,354.55 / 14.77
Energy (35)
4,086.10 / 13.86
Finance (23)
1,068.30 / 3.62
Health (13)
645.70 / 2.19
Industry and Trade (12)
5,324.97 / 18.06
Public Sector (21)
3,593.86 / 12.19
Transport and ICT (36)
2,029.44 / 6.88
Water Supply (33)
1,993.22 / 6.76
Multisector (21)
29,486.01 / 100.00
TOTAL (327)
Cumulative as of 31 December 2012