Overview In 2020, Indonesia was the number 16 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 28 in total exports, the number 31 in total imports,
the number 121 economy in terms of GDP per capita (current US$) and the number 64 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI).
Exports The top exports of Indonesia are Palm Oil ($17.9B), Coal Briquettes ($15.6B), Gold ($6.31B), Petroleum Gas ($5.71B), and Ferroalloys ($4.74B), exporting mostly to China ($32.6B), United States ($19.6B), Japan ($14.4B), Singapore ($12.6B), and India ($11B).
In 2020, Indonesia was the world's biggest exporter of Palm Oil ($17.9B), Ferroalloys ($4.74B), Stearic Acid ($3.08B), Lignite ($2.07B), and Coconut Oil ($2.01B)
Imports The top imports of Indonesia are Refined Petroleum ($7.45B), Crude Petroleum ($3.13B), Telephones ($2.95B), Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft ($2.69B), and Petroleum Gas ($2.42B), importing mostly from China ($40.8B), Singapore ($14.8B), Japan ($9.24B), Thailand ($7.76B), and United States ($7.59B).
In 2020, Indonesia was the world's biggest importer of Steam Turbines ($485M), Steam Boilers ($361M), Military Weapons ($197M), Boiler Plants ($182M), and Human Hair ($58.3M)
Location Indonesia borders Timor-Leste, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea by land and Australia, India, Palau, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Christmas Island by sea.