Indonesia’s financial inclusion index climbs to 85%: OJK

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Indonesia’s financial inclusion index has risen to 85.10 percent in 2022 from 76.19 percent in 2019, the Financial Services Authority (OJK) has said.

The Indonesian community’s financial literacy index has also increased to 49.68 percent in 2022 from 38.03 percent in 2019, a member of the OJK’s board of commissioners for education and consumer protection, Friderica Widyasari Dewi, said in Jakarta.

The new financial literacy and inclusion indexes are based on the National Survey on Financial Literacy and Inclusion (SNLIK) 2022.

“SNLIK is aimed at mapping the Indonesian community’s financial literacy and inclusion indexes, including digital financial literacy,” she said during the Financial Inclusion Month.— ANTARA

 

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