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"The (inflation) rise probably had a lot to do with the rise in all basic food prices, mostly due to higher demand ahead of the fasting month of Ramadhan," BPS deputy chairman Slamet Mukeno told a press briefing.

The commodities and services which contributed to the inflation included basic food (1.78 percent); processed food, beverage and cigarettes (0.03 percent); housing (0.30 percent); clothing (0.25 percent); healthcare products and services (0.30 percent); education, recreation and sports (0.13 percent); and transportation and communications (0.03 percent).
Slamet added that it was very likely that inflation in the coming two months would increase significantly because of religious festivities such as Idul Fitri and Christmas Day.
"In the previous years, the monthly inflation during those two periods were above 1 percent," he said. However, Slamet remained optimistic that the rise would not come at a level that could jeopardize the government's full-year inflation target of between 6 percent to 7 percent.

Business in Asia Today -- June 3, 2003 [cached]

Arrivals in Bali, the country's main tourist destination, dropped to 58,900 in April from 77,500 in March, BPS deputy chief Slamet Mukeno said yesterday.

The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today [cached]

Slamet Mukeno, deputy chief of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), said foreign tourist arrivals from January to March of this year increased 20.61 percent from 857,533 people in the first quarter of last year.

"The introduction of the visa on arrival in May has not dampened their interest in coming to Indonesia.Maybe they don't consider the procedure too complicated," Slamet said on Tuesday.
The relatively peaceful election campaign in March also contributed to the sharp increase in first quarter tourist arrivals, Slamet said.

News in Brief [cached]

"The June figure was the highest since 2001," Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Deputy Chief Slamet Mukeno said here Friday.

The June figure also represented an increase of 3.72 percent compared to the figure recorded for the same month in 2002, namely US$5.09 billion.
Slamet said, oil and gas exports in June 2003 increased by 5.84 percent from US$1 billion to US$1.06 billion while non-oil/non-gas exports rose 7.71 percent, from US$3.92 billion to US$4.22 billion.
Crude oil exports went up by 15.25 percent to US$437.8 million, oil products went up by 7.29 percent to US$132.8 million, while natural gas declined 1.68 percent to US$491.1 million.
"Crude oil exports increased since there was a decline in Indonesia's oil price in international markets from US$26.51 per barrel to US$26.15 per barrel in June," Slamet said. - Export and Import Problems [cached]

Slamet Mukeno, deputy head of the economic statistics department of the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), said that this decline was caused by a 2.73 percent fall in sales of non-oil and gas products to the international market, which reached around US$21.74 billion, compared to the US$22.35 billion recorded for the first semester last year.In the same period there was also a 19.50 percent slump in oil and gas product sales, from around US$6.99 to US$5.63 billion, he added.

Actually, many analysts were predicting at the end of last year that exports would fall.They could see that this situation was bound to arise because there was no increase in the value of exports in the third quarter 2001, in contrast to the normal seasonal pattern.This was especially noticeable in the shoe and textile sectors, important industries that usually make a significant contribution to the country's export performance.And it is now clear that their gloomy forecasts were justified.
The Indonesian Textiles Association (API) has projected that textile and textile product (TPT) exports this year will, at best, be 10 percent lower than the figure realized in 2001.

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