The Indonesian banking sector seems to have some growth in the credit sector eventhough the crisis proceeds. The Central Bank's governor said that there has been a lowering of the liquidity because of some policy adopted.
Yearly credit growth are 37.1 percent.Investment credit grew at a record figure of 42,9 percent, Working Capital credit went 39 percent.While consumption credit grew 33 percent.
The Non Performing Loan(NPL) or known in Indonesia as 'kredit macet' figure is at a stabil rate of 3.9 percent. The Banking sectors CAR (Capital Adequicy Ratio) is still as high as 16 percent.
From the central bank's point of view, credit and market risk is currently in a safe level, but could worsen along with the crisis.
Projected economic growth for next year of 4.9 to 5 percent would grow the credit rate from 15 to 20 percent says the governor.
( Microblogged by Tresna.Source : KCM)
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