Indonesia's debt Rp 1992 trillion
Ministry of Finance admitted that the amount of government debt Rp 1992 trillion can not be repaid within a period of 1-2 years. Because of the many debts which the period is 30 years or about the year 2055.
"This loan is not due in the future. Anyone 20-30 years," said Director General of Debt Management Robert Pakpahan in his office, Wahidin Jalan Raya, Jakarta, Monday (19/11).
However, continued Robert, the government's ability to pay its debts are still high. It can be seen from the ratio of debt to GDP, the lower the income continues to increase each year.
"If you look at a country's ability to pay his debts be seen from the ratio of debt to GDP was 23 per cent it is very safe. We can not compare Rp 1992 trillion in outstanding debt with the receipt 1 year because it will be paid 30 years," he said.
Robert believes, gently government debt will be reduced given the composition of the debt to repay more than issuing new debt.
"From year to year we pay the loans more attractive than new loans, so that the Rp 632 trillion, we expect less and less," he said.
As is known, the total debt of the government of Indonesia to October 2012 reached USD 1991.59 trillion. Within a month, the amount owed, up to Rp 15.97 trillion.
When compared to the end of 2011, total debt rose Indonesia rose Rp 182.64 trillion.
In ratio to GDP, Indonesia's government debt was at 27.5% in October 2012.
If calculated by the U.S. dollar denominated, the amount of government debt in October 2012 reached U.S. $ 207.13 billion, up from the previous month's U.S. $ 206.05 billion.
The number of U.S. dollar-denominated debt also rose from the position at the end of 2011 to reach U.S. $ 199.49 billion.
Total Debt Indonesia to Japan Rp218, 63 trillion
Ministry of Finance declared Indonesia's total debt to Japan by October 31, 2012 reached approximately Rp218, 63 trillion.
"The total bilateral loans to the Japanese government by October 31, 2012 reached Rp281, 63 trillion," said Acting (Acting) Director General of Ministry of Finance debt management of Robert Pakpahan in Jakarta, Monday (19/11).
He added, does not include the value of yen-denominated bonds or Samurai bond worth 60 billion yen (equivalent Rp7, 212 trillion).
"With this signing (Samurai Bond) plus approximately Rp7, 2 trillion to approximately Rp288, 83 trillion," he said.
10-year bond with a coupon rate of 1.13 percent was intended to cover the financing of the budget deficit-P 2012.
Meanwhile, the total "outstanding" government debt as of October reached Rp1991, 7 trillion, with details of Rp632, 74 trillion in loans and Rp1.358 trillion in government bonds (SUN).