In its latest quarterly report, the World Bank said that the average economic growth of Indonesia in the period of 2018 – 2020 is projected to reach 5.3%, higher than the 5.1% achieved in 2017. This growth is still likely to increase with a number of improvements, because Indonesia’s economic growth potential is reach 5.6%. The 2018 economic growth will be supported by the continuing rally in commodity prices, as it seen in January – February, driven by rising energy prices, metals, minerals, precious metal.