With the largest population and economy by far, not only is Indonesia the heavyweight of Southeast Asia but it also has an enormous potential for growth. This series of infographics illustrate key demographic and economic data on Indonesia, as well as comparisons with other ASEAN and world-leading countries.
To help you grasp the dynamics of economics and business in Indonesia with visual representations, here are 5 infographics on some of the country’s key data. They detail information from the World Bank data for 2016 on the population, wealth and economy of Indonesia compared with other ASEAN countries and some major global market and economies: US, EU, China, Japan and India.
For further information on Indonesia and Southeast Asian population, cities and urban population, check this other series of infographics on ASEAN demography, top cities and urbanization.
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The population of Indonesia
This first infographic makes a comparison between the population of 261 million of Indonesia with ASEAN and other major global markets: the US, EU, China, Japan and India.
Perspectives on the Indonesian population
Wealth of the Indonesians
The following graphic illustrates the differences between the wealth of Indonesians, expressed in nominal GDP per capita, with other ASEAN countries, ASEAN as a whole, as well as major regional and global powers: the US, EU, China, Japan and India.
Perspectives on Indonesia’s GDP per capita
The Indonesian economy
These two infographics measure the US$ 932 Billion GDP of Indonesia to other countries. The first one with ASEAN and other major global markets: the US, EU, China, Japan and India; the second within ASEAN and its other 9 member countries.
Perspectives on the Indonesian economy
Indonesia’s economy compared to other ASEAN countries
Indonesian economic growth
This last graphic shows the economic growth of Indonesia over 2011-2016 compared with the ASEAN-6 countries, the six largest economies of Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.