Wed, 18 Feb 2009
Jakarta, (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - Indonesia's per capita income rose 24 per cent to US$2,271 in 2008 from US$1,942 in 2007 with Gross Domestic Product at Rp4,954 trillion (US$450 billion) based on current prices.

Last year, the country's GDP based on constant prices of 2000 reached Rp2,082.1 trillion, head of the central bureau of Statistics Rusman Heriawan said.

The country's per capita income is still far below those of neighboring countries - Malaysia at US$6,948, Singapore at US$30,000, Thailand at US$3,737 and China at US$2,460, the newspaper Investor Daily said.

The country's per capita income has increased significantly in the past five years from US$1,186.2 in 2004.



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