Indonesia Enters The IMF’s List of 10 Largest Countries in the World

Friday, November 4, 2022 – 13:55 WIB

VIVA Business – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) reports that Indonesia is one of the 10 largest economies in the world. Indonesia in terms of being in seventh place or beating England to France.

Meanwhile, based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) data, Indonesia is in seventh position with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of US$4.1 trillion.

The position occupied by Indonesia beats the UK, which is in eighth place with a GDP of US$3.8 trillion. Then the ninth position is occupied by Brazil with a GDP of US $ 3.7 trillion, and France at number 10 with a GDP of US $ 3.7 trillion.

Meanwhile, based on IMF records, China is the country with the first largest economy with a GDP of US$30.18 trillion.

The second position is occupied by the United States (US) at US$25.34 trillion, India at US$11.74 trillion, Japan at US$6.11 trillion, Germany at US$5.28 trillion, and Russia in sixth position with a GDP of US$4.37 trillion. .

Meanwhile, President Jokowi targets Indonesia’s economic growth in 2023 to reach 5.3 percent. This was emphasized by Jokowi considering the current dynamics of the national economy, the development agenda as well as the potential risks and challenges faced.