Jakarta. Indonesia's statistics bureau on Monday revised its calculations of the country's trade deficit in December to $161 million, smaller than the $236 million deficit it reported a month ago.
The trade surplus for 2015 was also revised up to $7.58 billion, up around $70 million from a preliminary report the bureau announced in January.
The bureau said in its website that exports in December were $11.92 billion, revised up from $11.89 billion, while imports were revised to $12.08 billion from $12.12 billion. The bureau is due to announce January trade data later on Monday.