Indonesia’s current account deficit decreased to US$8.12 billion in the December quarter 2019 from a US$9.51 billion gap a year earlier, equivalent to 2.84% of the country’s gross domestic product. The goods account posted a surplus of US$0.31 billion, compared to a US$2.49 billion gap a year ago. On the other hand, the services account gap rose to US$2.06 billion from US$1.65 billion and the primary income gap increased to US$8.35 billion from US$7.43 billion. Meantime, the secondary income surplus edged down to US$1.97 billion from US$2.04 billion. Considering 2019 full year, current account gap narrowed slightly to US$30.42 billion from US$30.63 billion in 2018.