Indonesia was the only G20 member to record economic growth during the global financial crises of 2008-09. Significant reforms were introduced under the first administration of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to boost economic growth. Some of these included capital market development, the use of Treasury bills, and tax and customs reforms to boost trade. During 2009, Indonesia exported goods worth $115.6 billion, which was lower than the $139.3 billion worth of good exported the previous year. The value of imports decreased from $116 billion in 2008 to $86.6 billion in 2009.
Here are the major export commodities of Indonesia
Oil and gas
The following graph throws light on the major export partners of Indonesia, along with the export percentage, as of 2008.