Indonesia booked trade surplus of US$127 million in November 2017, crashed 85% year-on-year, mostly because of expanded deficit in oil and gas trading. Higher average prices of crude oil and natural gas contributed to 55% jump in oil and gas deficit to US$964 million. Surplus in non oil and gas also declined by 25% to US$1.09 billion, which was attributable to higher import growth in the month. To subscribe please click here