The EU and Indonesia share a long history of economic cooperation. It continues to be a priority area for both sides, with the joint objectives of increasing bilateral trade, investment and business opportunities, and pursuing poverty alleviation through sustainable economic development.
Bilateral trade in goods between the EU and Indonesia amounted to €26.2 billion in 2019, with EU exports worth €10.2 billion and Indonesia’s exports worth €16 billion. This makes the EU the 3rd largest trading partner for Indonesia, while Indonesia was the 31st global trading partner for the EU and 5th EU partner in ASEAN.
EU investments continued to grow steadily and the EU remains the top non-Asian investor in Indonesia. FDI stocks more than doubled since 2008, reaching €33 billion in 2018 compared to €14.5 billion in 2008.
Find out more in the “EU Trade and Investment with Indonesia 2020” booklet. To download, click HERE