BANDUNG - West Java export rate increases by 0,07% from US$ 2,29 billion to US$ 2,30 billion in January 2017 compared to December 2016.
Head of Distribution Statistic Division of West Java BPS, Dudung Supriyadi explained that the increasing rate is caused by non-oil and gas exports which increase by 199,87% from US$ 11,70 million to US$ 35,08 million.
"Meanwhile, the oil and gas exports decrease by 0,96% from US$ 2,28 billion to US$ 2,28 billion," he said to the reporters in Bandung, Wednesday (3/2/2017).
Dudung further explained that during January 2017, non-oil and gas exports has dominated with the contribution reaches 98,47% of the total exports.
"While the oil and gas exports rate is only 1,53%" he said.