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-BI-Official Reserve Assets Increased to US$ 119.9 Billion at the end of February 2017

Indonesia's official reserve assets position stood at US$ 119.9 billion as of end-February 2017, higher than the end of January 2017 level registered at US$ 116.9 billion.

The increase was primarily attributable to foreign exchange receipts, among other from tax revenues and government oil & gas export proceeds, withdrawal of government foreign loans, as well as auction of Bank Indonesia foreign exchange bills. The receipts surpassed the use of foreign exchange for repayments of government

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