Indonesia’s external debt growth at the end of July 2018 slowed, amounted to US$358.0 billion, consisting of government and central bank external debt of US$180.8 billion, as well as private sector, including state-owned enterprises, external debt of US$177.1 billion. Indonesia’s external debt grew at 4.8% (yoy), slower than previous month’s growth of 5.5% (yoy). The slowdown in external debt growth mainly due to lower growth of government’s external debt compared to the previous period.