Japan absorbs the largest non-oil and gas exports from Indonesia in the first three months of this year, according to the Indonesian Statistics Bureau.
The bureau reported that Indonesia's exports to Japan totaled US$2.4 billion in the period of January through March, or 12.3 percent of Indonesia's total exports of $19.6 billion.
TIti Kanti Lestari from the statistics bureau told Antara news agency on Thursday Indonesia's exports to Japan were dominated by commodities such as coal, copper, rubber, plastics and plywood.
In March, Titi Kanti said, Indonesia's non oil and gas exports totaled $888.9 million.
After Japan, the Indonesia's next biggest non-oil and gas exports go to the United States, totaling $2.4 billion in the first three months of this year, and Singapore $1.8 billion.