Indonesia’s external debt experienced slower growth with a healthy structure as of end-May 2019. Indonesia’s external debt at the end of May 2019 was recorded at US$386.1 billion, consisted of government and central bank debt of US$189.3 billion, as well as private debt (including state-owned enterprises) amounted to US$196.9 billion. Indonesia’s external debt grew by 7.4% (yoy), slowing compared to the previous month’s growth of 8.8% (yoy), primarily due to net repayments external debt and weakening of the rupiah against US dollar resulted in a less significant amount of rupiah debt in terms of US dollar. The slowdown of total external debt growth originated from private external debt, amid a remained low growth in government external debt.