Indonesia Market Overview


276.36 million

GDP (2021)

USD 1.19 Trillion

Per Capita GDP

USD 4,291.8

GDP Growth


Source: World Bank 2021 (

Indonesia Imports

The following information is a snapshot in time to give you a general overview of Indonesia’s top importing products. This information is sourced from FAO Globefish market profile for Indonesia (2019). Some of this information may change from time to time, therefore we encourage you to go directly to FAO Globefish for the most up-to-date information.

Imports – Top 10 Products (Value)


Flours, meals, pellets. Unfit for human consumption

from fish or aquatic invertebrates
(HS 2301.20)

USD 81 722 830



(HS 0306.14 )

USD 51 182 470


Skipjack, stripe-bellied bonito

frozen; excluding fillets, livers and roes

USD 34 895 380



frozen; excluding fillets, livers and roes
(HS 0303.54)

USD 31 147 810



fresh or chilled; excluding fillets, livers and roes
(HS 0302.11)

USD 17 894 930


Shrimps, prawns

(HS 0306.17)

USD 17 443 190


Yellowfin tunas

frozen; excluding fillets, livers and roes
(HS 0303.42)

USD 17 126 390


Fish fats or oils and fractions thereof

not chemically modified or from fish-livers
(HS 1504.20)

USD 15 408 370


Sardines, sardinella, brisling or sprats

frozen; excluding fillets, livers and roes
(HS 0303.53)

USD 13 011 610



prepared or preserved
(HS 1604.20)

USD 11 838 100

Source: FAO Globefish Market Profile for Indonesia – 2019 (

Globefish provides information and analysis for global trade in fish and fish products. Search for information about the size of the market, the top imported product and formats as well as other important market information.  The information here is a snapshot from 2019 – check the link for more recent information.

FRDC Trade Database
Australian Exports to Indonesia

This database provides a wealth of seafood exporting and importing information with the ability to look at seafood production and trade data.
The database allows you to filter the data by year, export market destination and species. You also have the option to look at the data by seafood trade value or volume.

The FRDC database sources information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Find seafood production and trade data for your products and markets

Seafood Specific Information

Micor Importing Requirements

Micor (Fish) sets out the know importing country requirements, which differ from or are additional to Australian export conditions and which must be met to gain market access.

Seafood Export Program Report

The latest summary report from the Australian Government on registrations, export shipments and markets, exports by product, and exports.

Generic information about exporting to Indonesia

Austrade Export Market Profile

To view a market profile that outlines information on doing business with Indonesia, news and insights, events, and information about visiting Indonesia.

Free Trade Agreement

The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) entered into force on 5 July 2020.

DFAT Indonesia Brief

Information about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy and foreign relations.

Relevant Indonesia Based Authorities

Ministry of Investment

Export Market Reports

Are you looking to diversify your seafood export markets, but not sure if a market is right for you and your business? SIA has developed a series of FREE market summaries and supply chain guides to help producers gain valuable insights into new markets and make informed business decisions.

Abalone – market summary

Mussels – market summary

Indonesia supply chain guide

Salmon – market summary