ADB supports Indonesia to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic by focusing on improving well-being, accelerating economic recovery, and strengthening resilience.
This edition shows how a modest improvement in economic fundamentals has buoyed East Asia’s local currency bond (LCY) markets, but potential renewed increases in inflation and further interest rate hikes could pose risks for the region’s borrowers.
This report explains how Southeast Asia can become a leader in renewable energy manufacturing and the benefits this will bring by boosting jobs, improving energy security, and helping the region meet its climate targets.
ADB has approved an $85 million loan to promote the development and profitability of the horticulture sector in Indonesia.
This brochure outlines how the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is partnering with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to strengthen regional cooperation and integration to help drive growth, a green recovery, and inclusion.
ADB assists Indonesia’s recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic by promoting competitiveness and inclusion, supporting energy transition, enhancing climate resilience, strengthening healthcare systems, and building human capital.
To date, ADB has committed 827 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $43.9 billion to Indonesia.
The Plaza Office Tower, 11th Floor, Jl. MH Thamrin 28-30, Central Jakarta, Indonesia 10350
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Established in 1987, the Indonesia Resident Mission (IRM) is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. IRM’s core functions include:
The Indonesia Resident Mission will be closed on these dates:
Last updated: 13 April 2023