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    West Java's Economy is Still Growing

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    BANDUNG - The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of West Java Told that West Java economy in the second quarter of 2018 as measured by the Gross Regional Domestic Product (GDP) at current prices reaching Rp. 488.84 trillion, while the GDP at constant 2010 prices reached Rp. 355.66 trillion.

    West Java BPS Head Doddy Herlando said the West Java Economic Quarter II-2018 against the second quarter of 2017 grew 5.65 percent (y-on-y) increased compared to the same period in 2017 which grew by 5.35 percent. In terms of production, the highest growth was achieved by the Electricity and Gas Procurement Business Sector by 16.38 percent.

    "While in terms of the highest growth expenditure in the Component of Consumption of Non-Profit Institutions that Serve Household Services (PK-LNPRT) is 19.18 percent," he explained.

    West Java's economy in the second quarter of 2018 against the previous quarter increased by 3.74 percent (q-to-q). In terms of production, the highest growth was achieved by the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Business Fields of 11.78 percent. The highest growth from the Expenditures side was due to the growth of the Government Consumption Expenditure component of 19.46 percent.

    West Java's economy in the first half of 2018 (c-to-c) grew 5.80 percent. In terms of production, the highest growth was achieved by the Company's Business Services Sector by 10.83 percent. Meanwhile, from the expenditure side, it was mainly driven by the PK-LNPRT Component which grew by 16.92 percent.

    The source of growth (Source of Growth, SOG) in a (y-o-y) aspect of the business field that contributed the largest growth was the Manufacturing Industry Business Field, which amounted to 2.81 percent. In terms of expenditure, the biggest positive contribution to growth was the Household Consumption Expenditures (PKRT) component of 3.15 percent. jo

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