According to OECD, current account balance as a percentage of GDP in Indonesia reached the highest level of 1.8% in 2009. In 2013 there was an all-time low of -3.2% and current account balance to GDP stays negative still. OECD predicts current account balance to stay at the 2016 level of -1.8% until 2018, while IMF expects it to be -2.3% in the near future.

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