Foreign exchange reserves in Indonesia grew to USD 139.4 billion in January 2023 from USD 137.2 billion a month earlier. This was the biggest amount since February last year, boosted by an increase in tax and service revenues as well as the issuance of global government bond. The country’s central bank noted that the official reserve assets were equivalent to 6.0 months of imports and servicing the government’s external debt and remained adequate, supported by the stabilized and solid domestic economic outlook.