Indonesia: Private Consumption - % of GDP
Indonesia's Private Consumption accounted for 56.4 % of its Nominal GDP in Sep 2018, compared with a ratio of 56.6 % in the previous quarter. Indonesia's Private Consumption contribution to Nominal GDP ratio is updated quarterly, available from Mar 1990 to Sep 2018, with an average share of 59.2 %. The data reached an all-time high of 75.5 % in Dec 1998 and a record low of 47.9 % in Mar 1992. CEIC calculates Private Consumption as % of Nominal GDP from quarterly Private Consumption Expenditure and quarterly Nominal GDP. Private Consumption Expenditure is calculated as the sum of Household and NPISHs Consumption. The Central Bureau of Statistics provides Private Consumption Expenditure in local currency and Nominal GDP in local currency, based on SNA 2008. Private Consumption as % of Nominal GDP prior to Q1 2010 is based on SNA 1993 and prior to Q1 1993 is sourced from the International Monetary Fund. In the latest reports, Indonesia's GDP expanded 5.2 % YoY in Sep 2018. Indonesia's Nominal GDP reached 262.5 USD bn in Sep 2018. Its GDP deflator (implicit price deflator) increased by 4.1 % in Sep 2018. Indonesia's GDP Per Capita reached 3,877.7 USD in Dec 2017. Its Gross Savings Rate was measured at 34.9 % in Sep 2018.