Indonesia Reports 21.7% of Non-tax State Revenue

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 22 Mei 2020
Category: News
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Indonesia’s Non-Tax State Revenue (PNBP) until the end of April this year was recorded at Rp114.5 trillion, or growing by 21.7% compared to that of last year.

According to Deputy Minister of Finance Suahasil Nazara, the positive growth was contributed by the Public Service Agency (BLU), especially from palm oil, hospital service and telecommunications sector.

“The high revenue was due to the increased revenue of the BLU, especially oil palm, hospital service, and telecommunications sector,” Suahasil said, Wednesday (20/5).

In addition, the increase in the PNBP was also contributed from the Separated State Assets (KND) mainly from dividends and surpluses of the country’s central Bank Indonesia (BI).

In the meantime, the state revenue from customs rose 16.17%, Suahasil added.

As for realization until the end of April 2020, according to Suahasil, it reached Rp57.66 trillion or 24.65% of the State Budget according to Presidential Regulation number 54 of 2020.

“Revenue from the Directorate General of Customs was Rp57.66 trillion, growing by 16.17% and 24.65% of the State Budget target according to the Presidential Regulation,” he said, added that the increasing figure was contributed by the customs of tobacco products

“The growth was generated by revenue from customs, especially tobacco product which increased by 25.08%,” he added.

Meanwhile, tobacco customs revenue reported an increase due to the overflow of revenue in the previous year as a result of Regulation of Finance Minister Number 57 / PMK04.2017 on Postponement of Customs Payment for Factory Entrepreneurs or Importers of Customable Goods Carrying Out Repayment by Affixing of the Excise Stamp.

“This high revenue was due to the remaining revenue in the previous year as the result of Regulation of Finance Minister Number 57,” Suahasil said. (Ministry of Finance/EN)



Translated by: Estu Widyamurti
Reviewed by: M. Ersan Pamungkas

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