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1 IMF Country Report No. 16/310 September 2016 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM STATISTICAL APPENDIX This Statistical Appendix on Brunei Darussalam was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund. It is based on the information available at the time it was completed on July 19, Copies of this report are available to the public from International Monetary Fund Publication Services PO Box Washington, D.C Telephone: (202) Fax: (202) Web: Price: $18.00 per printed copy International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C International Monetary Fund

2 July 19, 2016 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM STATISTICAL APPENDIX Approved By Asia and Pacific Department Prepared By Rodolfo Dall'Orto (SEC) with assistance from Justin Flinner (APD). CONTENTS 1. Nominal GDP by Economic Activity, Quarterly Nominal GDP by Economic Activity, Nominal GDP by Expenditure, Quarterly Nominal GDP by Expenditure, Real GDP by Economic Activity, Quarterly Real GDP by Economic Activity, Real GDP by Expenditure, Quarterly Real GDP by Expenditure, Oil and Gas Production and Sales, Government Sector Employment by Grade, Consumer Price Index, Composition of Government Revenue, 2011/ / Composition of Quarterly Government Revenue, 2011/ / Composition of Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2011/ / Composition of Quarterly Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2011/ / Central Bank Survey, Other Depository Corporations Survey, Depository Corporations Survey, Financial Soundness Indicators, Financial Soundness Indicators by Bank Type, Sukuk Outstanding and Yield, Balance of Payments, Exports by Commodity, Value and Destination of Selected Exports,

3 25. Exports by Country of Destination, Imports by Commodity, Imports by Country of Origin, Energy Sector, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

4 Table 1. Brunei Darussalam: Nominal GDP by Economic Activity, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Gross domestic product (GDP) 18,690 23,303 23,802 22,639 21,695 17,777 Oil and gas sector 12,200 16,433 16,437 14,957 13,930 10,120 Oil and gas mining 9,575 12,757 12,656 11,424 10,635 7,737 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and methanol 2,625 3,676 3,781 3,534 3,295 2,383 Non-oil and gas sector 6,843 7,243 7,744 8,124 8,100 7,994 Government 1,993 2,111 2,136 2,175 2,273 2,136 Private sector 4,850 5,132 5,608 5,948 5,827 5,858 Non-oil and gas sector 6,843 7,243 7,744 8,124 8,100 7,994 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Manufacture of food and beverage products Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Land transport Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels Restaurants Health services Education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services/public administration 1,993 2,111 2,136 2,175 2,273 2,136 Taxes less subsidies on products Memorandum items: Population 386, , , , , ,200 GDP per capita (in Brunei dollars) 48,319 59,238 59,536 55,733 52,670 42,610 Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 3

5 4 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 2. Brunei Darussalam: Quarterly Nominal GDP by Economic Activity, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Gross domestic product (GDP) 5,441 5,519 6,151 6,191 6,332 5,777 5,643 6,049 6,067 5,626 5,347 5,598 5,738 5,491 5,216 5,250 4,655 4,526 4,322 4,274 Oil and gas sector 3,805 3,866 4,417 4,344 4,511 3,984 3,820 4,122 4,260 3,701 3,392 3,604 3,882 3,644 3,219 3,186 2,797 2,630 2,411 2,282 Oil and gas mining 2,910 3,023 3,414 3,409 3,462 3,015 2,967 3,213 3,243 2,813 2,600 2,767 2,944 2,805 2,506 2,380 2,060 2,062 1,869 1,746 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and methanol , , , Non-oil and gas sector 1,711 1,738 1,830 1,964 1,884 1,910 1,952 1,999 2,010 2,005 2,046 2,062 1,975 1,944 2,065 2,116 1,951 1,982 1,988 2,074 Government Private sector 1,216 1,249 1,332 1,336 1,363 1,419 1,450 1,376 1,480 1,506 1,542 1,420 1,432 1,434 1,490 1,471 1,461 1,478 1,474 1,446 Non-oil and gas sector 1,711 1,738 1,830 1,964 1,884 1,910 1,952 1,999 2,010 2,005 2,046 2,062 1,975 1,944 2,065 2,116 1,951 1,982 1,988 2,074 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Manufacture of food and beverage products Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Land transport Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels Restaurants Health services Education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services/public administration Taxes less subsidies on goods and services (202) (80) (91) (68) (118) (97) (67) (53) (93) (86) (77) (82) BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.

6 Table 3. Brunei Darussalam: Nominal GDP by Expenditure, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Gross domestic product (GDP) 17,298 18,690 23,303 23,802 22,639 21,695 17,777 Domestic demand 10,179 10,368 15,603 16,307 16,984 13,964 14,239 Consumption 7,747 7,861 7,606 7,881 8,020 8,020 7,973 Personal consumption expenditure 2,940 3,021 3,156 3,337 3,455 3,380 3,518 Government consumption expenditure 4,807 4,840 4,450 4,544 4,565 4,640 4,455 Gross capital formation 8,736 7,796 7,997 8,426 8,964 5,945 6,266 Gross fixed investment 8,649 7,750 7,944 8,378 8,933 5,909 6,227 Construction 2,682 2,698 2,771 2,822 3,037 2,396 2,463 Machinery and equipment 5,967 5,052 5,173 5,556 5,896 3,514 3,764 Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 2,465 5,129 7,547 7,414 5,693 8,247 3,471 Exports of goods and services 11,240 13,587 16,669 17,380 15,404 14,887 9,282 Imports of goods and services 8,775 8,458 9,121 9,967 9,711 6,640 5,811 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) 4,654 3, Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 5

7 6 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 4. Brunei Darussalam: Quarterly Nominal GDP by Expenditure, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Gross domestic product (GDP) 5,441 5,519 6,151 6,191 6,332 5,777 5,643 6,049 6,067 5,626 5,347 5,598 5,738 5,491 5,216 5,250 4,655 4,526 4,322 4,274 Domestic demand 4,632 3,257 4,111 3,604 4,670 3,497 4,329 3,811 4,718 3,764 4,429 4,073 3,189 3,052 4,023 3,701 3,372 3,284 4,324 3,260 Consumption 2,236 1,607 1,846 1,916 2,255 1,682 1,916 2,029 2,245 1,754 1,925 2,097 2,109 1,753 2,020 2,138 2,144 1,829 1,964 2,035 Personal consumption expenditure Government consumption expenditure 1, ,005 1,155 1, ,036 1,192 1, ,032 1,232 1, ,085 1,266 1, ,018 1,186 Gross capital formation 2,395 1,649 2,264 1,688 2,416 1,816 2,413 1,781 2,473 2,010 2,504 1,976 1,080 1,299 2,003 1,563 1,227 1,455 2,359 1,225 Gross fixed investment 2,381 1,635 2,249 1,680 2,409 1,808 2,397 1,764 2,466 2,003 2,496 1,967 1,072 1,290 1,994 1,554 1,218 1,445 2,349 1,215 Construction Machinery and equipment 1, ,482 1,169 1,659 1,049 1,616 1,233 1,691 1,175 1,642 1, , , BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 1,252 1,790 2,283 2,222 1,772 1,786 1,981 1,874 1,948 1,491 1,245 1,009 3,660 2,074 1,477 1,037 1, Exports of goods and services 4,156 3,627 4,279 4,606 5,204 3,942 3,998 4,236 5,013 3,652 3,335 3,405 4,726 3,692 3,484 2,985 2,706 2,424 2,072 2,080 Imports of goods and services 2,904 1,837 1,996 2,384 3,432 2,156 2,017 2,362 3,065 2,161 2,090 2,396 1,066 1,618 2,007 1,949 1,210 1,543 1,539 1,519 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) , Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.

8 Table 5. Brunei Darussalam: Real GDP by Economic Activity, (In millions of Brunei dollars, 2010 prices) Gross domestic product (GDP) 18,690 19,390 19,567 19,151 18,701 18,598 Oil and gas sector 12,200 12,510 12,200 11,427 10,999 10,973 Oil and gas mining 9,575 9,700 9,471 8,765 8,537 8,444 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and methanol 2,625 2,810 2,728 2,662 2,462 2,528 Non-oil and gas sector 6,843 7,246 7,737 8,086 8,055 7,977 Government 1,993 2,108 2,131 2,162 2,263 2,135 Private sector 4,850 5,138 5,606 5,924 5,793 5,841 Non-oil and gas sector 6,843 7,246 7,737 8,086 8,055 7,977 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Manufacture of food and beverage products Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Land transport Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels Restaurants Health services Education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services/public administration 1,993 2,108 2,131 2,162 2,263 2,135 Taxes less subsidies on products Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 7

9 8 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 6. Brunei Darussalam: Quarterly Real GDP by Economic Activity, (In millions of Brunei dollars, 2010 prices) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Gross domestic product (GDP) 4,804 4,519 5,036 5,030 5,004 4,677 4,788 5,097 5,078 4,806 4,581 4,685 4,777 4,664 4,564 4,696 4,529 4,723 4,672 4,674 Oil and gas sector 3,181 2,862 3,293 3,174 3,198 2,845 2,918 3,238 3,141 2,883 2,628 2,775 2,876 2,807 2,585 2,731 2,660 2,831 2,757 2,725 Oil and gas mining 2,411 2,227 2,559 2,502 2,447 2, ,539 2,401 2,215 2,012 2,137 2,198 2,180 2,036 2,123 2,036 2,185 2,125 2,098 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and methanol Non-oil and gas sector 1,714 1,743 1,838 1,951 1,900 1,921 1,961 1,955 2,033 2,014 2,040 1,999 1,991 1,945 2,065 2,053 1,955 1,981 2,003 2,038 Government Private sector 1,219 1,254 1,340 1,325 1,382 1, ,333 1,505 1,517 1,540 1,363 1,449 1,437 1,494 1,412 1,465 1,477 1,489 1,411 Non-oil and gas sector 1,714 1,743 1,838 1,951 1,900 1,921 1,961 1,955 2,033 2,014 2,040 1,999 1,991 1,945 2,065 2,053 1,955 1,981 2,003 2,038 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Manufacture of food and beverage products Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Land transport Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels Restaurants Health services Education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services/public administration Taxes less subsidies on goods and services (96) (96) (91) (87) (89) (90) (88) (86) (89) (86) (89) (88) (88) BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.

10 Table 7. Brunei Darussalam: Real GDP by Expenditure, (In millions of Brunei dollars, 2010 prices) Gross domestic product (GDP) 18,207 18,690 19,390 19,567 19,151 18,701 18,598 Domestic demand 10,335 10,464 15,755 16,286 16,804 13,878 14,274 Consumption 7,479 7,655 7,514 7,752 7,876 7,856 7,857 Personal consumption expenditure 2,919 2,978 3,091 3,251 3,340 3,236 3,403 Government consumption expenditure 4,560 4,676 4,423 4,501 4,536 4,620 4,454 Gross capital formation 9,061 8,037 8,241 8,534 8,928 6,022 6,417 Gross fixed investment 9,034 7,991 8,188 8,487 8,898 5,986 6,377 Construction 2,721 2,783 2,827 2,873 3,040 2,443 2,544 Machinery and equipment 6,313 5,208 5, ,858 3,543 3,833 Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 3,900 5,617 4, Exports of goods and services 12,412 13,865 13,231 12,861 11,667 11,767 10,496 Imports of goods and services 8,512 8,248 9,108 10,067 9,651 6,669 5,888 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 9

11 10 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 8. Brunei Darussalam: Quarterly Real GDP by Expenditure, (In millions of Brunei dollars, 2010 prices) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Gross domestic product (GDP) 4,804 4,519 5,036 5,030 5,004 4,677 4,788 5,097 5,078 4,806 4,581 4,685 4,777 4,664 4,564 4,696 4,529 4,723 4,672 4,674 Domestic demand 4,573 3,423 4,123 3,636 4,633 3,563 4,290 3,801 4,683 3,742 4,368 4,011 3,155 3,043 4,012 3,668 3,346 3,290 4,349 3,290 Consumption 2,186 1,629 1,810 1,889 2,212 1,684 1,878 1,979 2,215 1,736 1,884 2,041 2,066 1,734 1,983 2,073 2,075 1,801 1,948 2,034 Personal consumption expenditure Government consumption expenditure 1, ,160 1, ,027 1,183 1, ,024 1,220 1, ,079 1,257 1, ,019 1,184 Gross capital formation 2,387 1,794 2,313 1,747 2,421 1,879 2,412 1,821 2,468 2,006 2,484 1,970 1,089 1,309 2,029 1,595 1,271 1,489 2,401 1,256 Gross fixed investment 2,373 1,779 2,297 1,738 2,414 1,872 2,397 1,805 2,461 1,999 2,477 1,962 1,081 1,300 2,020 1,586 1,261 1,479 2,391 1,246 Construction Machinery and equipment 1,615 1,013 1,524 1,209 1,660 1,090 1,604 1,261 1,686 1,172 1,625 1, , , Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 835 1,123 1, ,433 1, ,443 1,009 1,005 1,151 Exports of goods and services 3,687 2,920 3,254 3,370 3,669 2,948 2,930 3,314 3,687 2,822 2,552 2,605 3,503 2,810 2,797 2,657 2,671 2,570 2,564 2,690 Imports of goods and services 2,852 1,797 1,986 2,473 3,579 2,133 1,995 2,360 3,055 2,154 2,070 2,372 1,071 1,622 2,017 1,960 1,229 1,561 1,559 1,539 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.

12 Table 9. Brunei Darussalam: Oil and Gas Production and Sales, (In thousands of barrels per day) Oil production Crude petroleum Natural gas liquids Number of wells (end of year) (In billions of cubic meters per year) Gas production Export volumes Oil (kbbl per day) LNG (trillion btu) Average export prices Crude oil (US$/ barrel) LNG (US$/ MMBtu) Source: Petroleum Unit, Prime Minister's Office. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 11

13 Table 10. Brunei Darussalam: Government Sector Employment by Grade, (Number of persons) Total government employees 46,757 47,419 48,898 48,145 49,506 50,115 Division I: Heads of department/section Division II: Senior officers 8,741 9,058 9,588 9,531 9,792 10,033 Division III: Supervisory 11,307 11,496 11,693 11,409 11,665 11,771 Division IV: Clerical and operators 12,087 12,246 12,535 12,255 12,585 12,729 Division V: Clerical and operators 13,683 13,655 14,141 14,064 14,558 14,646 (In percent of total) Division I: Heads of department/section Division II: Senior officers Division III: Supervisory Division IV: Clerical and operators Division V: Clerical and operators (Percent change) Total government employees Source: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE). 12 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

14 Table 11. Brunei Darussalam: Consumer Price Index, (January 2010=100; percent change) Weights (In percent) All groups Food and non-alcoholic beverages Clothing and footwear Housing, water, electricity, gas, and other fuels Furnishings, household equipment, and routine household maintenance Health Transport Communication Recreation and culture Education Restaurants and hotels Miscellaneous goods and services Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); CEIC Data Co. Ltd; and IMF staff estimates. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 13

15 14 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 12. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Government Revenue, 2011/ /16 1/ (In millions of Brunei dollars) 2011/ / / / /16 Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Actual Actual Actual Actual Provisional Total Revenue 5,899 12,936 6,288 11,765 5,792 9,318 6,591 7,076 4,117 3,615 Oil and gas revenue 5,174 12,020 5,521 10,330 4,999 8,498 5,690 6,146 3,212 2,756 Revenues from government operations , Taxes Fees, charges, and rent Others Returns from investment and savings BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Memorandum items: Oil and gas sector revenue 5,174 12,020 5,521 10,330 4,999 8,498 5,690 6,146 3,212 2,756 Non-oil sector revenues , Oil and gas (in percent) Source: Data provided by the Brunei authorities. 1/ Fiscal year ends March 31.

16 Table 13. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Quarterly Government Revenue, 2011/ /16 1/ (In millions of Brunei dollars) 2011/ / / / /16 Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Total revenue 2,760 3,377 3,683 3,116 2,626 3,016 2,375 3,748 2,467 2,210 2,127 2,514 2,462 1,882 1,301 1, , Oil and gas revenue 2,438 3,184 3,463 2,934 2,415 2,770 2,205 2,940 2,281 2,007 1,962 2,248 2,233 1,657 1,136 1, , Revenues from government operations Taxes Fees, charges, and rent Others Returns from investment and savings Memorandum items: Oil and gas sector revenue 2,438 3,184 3,463 2,934 2,415 2,770 2,205 2,940 2,281 2,007 1,962 2,248 2,233 1,657 1,136 1, , Non-oil sector revenues Oil and gas (in percent of total revenue) Source: Data provided by the Brunei authorities. 1/ Fiscal year ends March 31. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 15

17 Table 14. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2011/ /16 1/ (In millions of Brunei dollars) 2011/ / / / /16 Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget 2/ Outturn Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Total expenditure 5,800 7,182 5,900 7,483 6,100 7,598 6,650 7,290 6,400 6,097 Current 4,184 5,426 4,327 5,290 4,467 5,402 4,523 5,470 4,634 4,797 Wages and salaries 1,860 1,858 1,940 1,882 1,968 1,928 2,011 1,984 2,061 1,961 Other charges annually recurrent 1,654 1,850 1,718 1,811 1,829 1,950 1,844 2,057 1,873 1,700 Charged 669 1, , , , ,136 Pensions Royalties payments 300 1, , Others Capital 1,616 1,756 1,573 2,192 1,633 2,196 2,127 1,819 1,766 1,301 Other charges special expenditure Development expenditure 1,050 1,143 1,050 1,497 1,050 1,366 1,150 1,078 1, Total revenue 5,899 12,936 6,288 11,765 5,792 9,318 6,591 7,076 4,117 3,615 Total expenditure 5,800 7,182 5,900 7,483 6,100 7,598 6,650 7,290 6,400 6,097 Primary budget surplus 99 5, , , ,283-2,482 Total revenue excluding royalties 5,599 11,712 5,988 10,632 5,492 8,361 6,291 6,338 3,107 Total expenditure excluding royalties 5,500 5,983 5,600 6,413 5,800 6,660 6,350 6,569 5,706 Primary budget surplus excluding royalties 99 5, , , ,599 Non-oil revenue 3/ , Non-oil expenditure 4/ 5,500 5,983 5,600 6,413 5,800 6,660 6,350 6,569 5,706 Non-oil primary balance -4,775-5,067-4,833-4,978-5,033-5,840-5,448-5,638-4,847 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Fiscal year ends March 31. 2/ Expenditure revised to B$5,995 million in July / Excludes energy sector corporate taxes, royalties, and dividends. 4/ Excludes disbursements of royalties. 16 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

18 Table 15. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Quarterly Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2011/ /16 1/ (In millions of Brunei dollars) 2011/ / / / Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Total expenditure 1,477 1,562 1,846 2,298 1,549 1,697 1,832 2,404 1,649 1,682 1,868 2,399 1,501 1,633 1,851 2,304 1,404 1,539 1,619 1,534 Current 1,184 1,235 1,417 1,590 1,086 1,197 1,361 1,646 1,153 1,201 1,419 1,629 1,199 1,265 1,390 1,616 1,180 1,204 1,255 1,157 Wages and salaries Other charges annually recurrent Charged Pensions Royalties payments Others Capital Other charges special expenditure Development expenditure Total revenue 2,760 3,377 3,683 3,116 2,626 3,016 2,375 3,748 2,467 2,210 2,127 2,514 2,462 1,882 1,301 1, , Primary budget surplus 1,283 1,815 1, ,075 1, , , Total revenue, excluding royalties 2,489 3,060 3,367 2,797 2,367 2,745 2,119 3,462 2,230 1,982 1,898 2,261 2,238 1,678 1,442 1, , Total expenditure, excluding royalties 1,206 1,251 1,530 1,998 1,293 1,426 1,577 2,118 1,412 1,463 1,639 2,146 1,277 1,436 1,693 2,163 Primary budget surplus, excluding royalties 1,283 1,809 1, ,075 1, , Non-oil revenue 2/ Non-oil expenditure 3/ 1,206 1,251 1,530 1,998 1,293 1,426 1,577 2,118 1,411 1,463 1,639 2,146 1,277 1,436 1,693 2,163 Non-oil primary balance ,058-1,310-1,815-1,084-1,183-1,357-1,936-1,225-1,260-1,475-1,880-1,047-1,210-1,528-1,852 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 17 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Fiscal year ends March 31. 2/ Excludes energy sector corporate taxes, royalties, and dividends. 3/ Excludes disbursements of royalties. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

19 18 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 16. Brunei Darussalam: Central Bank Survey, Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec (In millions of Brunei dollars; end of period) Net foreign assets 2,696 3,632 3,951 3,803 3,886 3,875 3,483 3,631 3,722 3,957 4,221 3,965 4,513 4,141 Claims on nonresidents 3,108 4,035 4,557 4,222 4,317 4,292 3,991 4,074 4,402 4,607 4,804 4,398 5,001 4,561 Foreign exchange 2,645 3,583 4,109 3,764 3,853 3,824 3,523 3,609 3,948 4,146 4,348 3,942 4,521 4,090 Reserve position in the Fund SDR holdings Other Liabilities to nonresidents Net domestic assets Net domestic credit Net claims on central government Claims on central government Central government deposits Claims on other depository corporations Capital accounts 1,045 1,159 1,150 1,126 1,135 1,070 1,075 1,087 1,086 1,103 1,099 1,093 1,096 1,091 Others, net Monetary base 2,665 2,887 3,051 2,973 2,934 2,971 2,564 2,727 2,806 3,005 3,264 3,026 3,572 3,162 Currency in circulation 1,690 1,627 1,129 1,140 1,096 1,220 1,166 1,202 1,187 1,272 1,205 1,235 1,193 1,322 Liabilities to other depository corporations 975 1,260 1,922 1,833 1,838 1,751 1,398 1,524 1,619 1,733 2,059 1,791 2,379 1,840 Memorandum items: Monetary base (annual growth, in percent) Claims to nonresidents/monetary base (in percent) AMBD net external asset ratio 1/ Prime lending rate (end of period) Brunei dollars per U.S. dollar (end of period) Sources: IMF, International Financial Statistics; and Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD). 1/ Ratio of foreign exchange holding to currency. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

20 Table 17. Brunei Darussalam: Other Depository Corporations Survey, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 19 Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Net foreign assets 9,380 12,897 11,227 11,756 11,418 11,216 10,172 10,316 10,030 9,944 9,114 8,631 8,104 7,621 7,071 Claims on nonresidents 9,806 13,098 11,429 11,927 11,562 11,414 10,319 10,626 10,293 10,091 9,286 8,927 8,280 7,793 7,340 Liabilities to nonresidents Claims on central bank 923 1,834 1,961 2,103 2,006 2,038 1,992 1,602 1,623 1,814 1,848 2,024 1,967 1,913 2,035 Net claims on central government -2,480-5,120-3,917-4,432-3,774-3,817-3,101-2,490-1,630-2,736-1, , Claims on central government Central government deposits 2,688 5,616 4,417 4,831 4,353 4,217 3,601 3,290 2,405 3,335 2,511 1,494 1, ,153 Claims on other sectors 6,943 6,712 6,864 6,942 7,161 7,425 7,541 7,491 7,644 7,767 7,783 7,745 8,004 8,179 8,212 Claims on private sector 6,838 6,495 6,610 6,614 6,785 6,987 7,000 6,949 7,092 7,149 7,129 7,128 7,214 7,280 7,314 Claims on public nonfinancial corporations Claims on other financial corporations Liabilities to central bank Demand deposits included in broad money 2,993 3,402 3,367 3,216 3,459 3,676 3,487 4,105 3,503 3,458 3,375 4,023 3,616 4,411 3,607 Other deposits included in broad money 8,756 9,604 9,668 9,899 9,871 9,887 9,702 9,275 10,778 9,858 10,227 10,117 9,792 9,885 9,686 Securities other than shares included in broad money Shares and other equity 1,932 2,073 2,184 2,244 2,291 2,284 2,349 2,420 2,403 2,403 2,421 2,474 2,546 2,583 2,546 Other items (net) Memorandum items: Net foreign assets (annual growth, in percent) Claims on private sector (annual growth, in percent) Prime lending rate (end of period) Brunei dollars per U.S. dollar (end of period) Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics (In millions of Brunei dollars; end of period) 2015 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

21 20 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Table 18. Brunei Darussalam: Depository Corporations Survey, Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Net foreign assets 10,940 15,593 14,860 15,707 15,221 15,102 14,048 13,799 13,661 13,666 13,071 12,853 12,069 12,134 11,212 Claims on nonresidents 11,792 16,206 15,463 16,484 15,784 15,732 14,612 14,617 14,367 14,492 13,893 13,731 12,678 12,795 11,901 Liabilities to nonresidents Net domestic assets 1,648-1, , , ,564 2,310 2,360 3,145 3,165 Net domestic credit 4,194 1,730 2,877 2,434 3,309 3,530 4,382 4,944 5,957 4,976 5,915 6,778 6,831 7,780 7,526 Net claims on central government -2,746-4,982-3,987-4,508-3,852-3,895-3,158-2,547-1,687-2,791-1, , Claims on central government Central government deposits 2,959 5,779 4,488 4,909 4,432 4,296 3,659 3,347 2,463 3,391 2,569 1,567 1, ,210 Claims on other sectors 6,943 6,712 6,864 6,942 7,161 7,425 7,541 7,491 7,644 7,767 7,783 7,745 8,004 8,179 8,212 Claims on private sector 6,838 6,495 6,610 6,614 6,785 6,987 7,000 6,949 7,092 7,149 7,129 7,128 7,214 7,280 7,314 Claims on public nonfinancial corporations Claims on other financial corporations Shares and other equity 2,061 3,119 3,344 3,394 3,418 3,419 3,419 3,494 3,490 3,489 3,524 3,573 3,638 3,680 3,637 Other items (net) Broad money liabilities 12,573 13,837 13,962 14,062 14,298 14,468 14,166 14,341 15,310 14,300 14,623 15,153 14,420 15,270 14,365 Currency outside depository corp , ,021 1,013 1, ,073 Transferable deposits 2,993 3,402 3,367 3,216 3,459 3,676 3,487 4,105 3,503 3,458 3,375 4,023 3,616 4,411 3,607 Other deposits 8,756 9,604 9,668 9,899 9,871 9,887 9,702 9,275 10,778 9,858 10,227 10,117 9,792 9,885 9,686 Securities other than shares Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics (In millions of Brunei dollars; end of period) 2015 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

22 Table 19. Brunei Darussalam: Financial Soundness Indicators, Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 21 (Average all banks, in percent) Capital adequacy Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets Regulatory tier 1 capital to risk-weighted assets Asset quality Gross nonperforming ratio 1/ Net nonperforming ratio Nonperforming loans net of provisions to capital Earnings and profitability Return on assets, before tax Return on equity, after tax Interest margin to gross income Non-interest expenses to gross income Liquidity Liquid assets to total assets (liquid asset ratio) Liquid assets to short-term liabilities (demand and savings deposits) Sensitivity to market risk Net open position in foreign exchange to capital Source: Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam. 1/ The calculation of NPL ratio is based on the Financial Soundness Indicators Compilation Guide (page 183, Appendix II, paragraph 22). Accrued interest on NPA is excluded from both the numerator and denominator. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

23 Table 20. Brunei Darussalam: Financial Soundness Indicators by Bank Type, / All Banks Domestic Banks Foreign Banks Islamic Banks Conventional Banks Capital Adequacy Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets Regulatory Tier 1 capital to risk-weighted assets Asset quality Gross nonperforming ratio Net nonperforming ratio Nonperforming loans net of provisions to capital Profitability Return on assets, before tax Return on equity, after tax Interest margin to gross income Non-interest expenses to gross income, net of international expenses and provisions Liquidity Liquid assets to total assets (liquid asset ratio) Liquid assets to short-term liabilities (demand and savings deposits) Sensitivity to market risk Net open position in foreign exchange to capital fund Source: Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam. 1/ As of end-december INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

24 Table 21. Brunei Darussalam: Sukuk Outstanding and Yield, Month 6-Month 9-Month 1-Year Total Outstanding Yield Outstanding Yield Outstanding Yield Outstanding Yield Outstanding (B$ millions) (percent, e.o.p.) (B$ millions) (percent, e.o.p.) (B$ millions) (percent, e.o.p.) (B$ millions) (percent, e.o.p.) (B$ millions) Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Sources: Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam; and IMF staff calculations. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 23

25 Table 22. Brunei Darussalam: Balance of Payments, / (In millions of U.S. dollars; unless otherwise indicated) Current account 6,953 3,842 5,016 6,430 5,683 3,778 5,459 In percent of GDP Goods 7,883 4,672 6,232 8,619 8,765 6,923 7,479 Exports 10,449 7,057 8,799 12,376 12,881 11,834 11,149 Oil and gas 10,217 6,774 8,364 11,807 12,328 10,935 9,604 Other ,545 Imports 2,566 2,385 2,568 3,757 4,116 4,911 3,670 Services ,316-2,156-2, Receipts Payments 1,090 1,079 1,269 1,818 2,639 2,859 1,573 Primary income Receipts 1, ,012 Payments 1, ,036 1,458 1,424 1,199 1,032 Secondary income ,045 Receipts Of which : Workers' inward remittances Payments ,085 Of which : Workers' outward remittances ,082 Capital account Net lending (+) / net borrowing (-) 6,953 3,842 5,016 6,430 5,683 3,778 5,459 (balance from current and capital account) Financial account Net lending (+) / net borrowing (-) 2,481 1,938 4,843 3,872 2,761 2,698 4,377 (balance from financial account) Net acquisition of financial assets 3,007 2,728 5,501 4,552 3,501 3,074 5,187 Net incurrence of liabilities Direct investment (net) Direct investment abroad Direct investment in Brunei Portfolio investment (net) Portfolio investment assets Portfolio investment liabilities Other investment (net) 2,721 2,035 4,457 4,410 3,055 3,018 4,181 Other investment assets 2,919 2,454 4,635 4,386 2,936 2,616 4,416 Currency and deposits 1,883-1,462 1,131 2, , Banks 1,571-1, ,252-1,095-1, Other financial corporations Other sectors , Loans Trade credit and advances Other accounts receivable 1,066 3,790 3,665 1,913 3,321 4,934 4,785 Other investment liabilities Currency and deposits Monetary authorities Banks Other financial corporations Loans Trade credit and advances Other accounts payable Special drawing rights (allocations) Errors and omissions 4,388 1, ,777 2, Reserve Assets 2/ In months of next year's imports Monetary gold Special drawing rights Reserve position in the IMF Other reserve assets Memorandum items: Exchange rates Brunei dollars per U.S. dollar (period average) Nominal effective exchange rates (2010=100) Real effective exchange rates (2010=100) Nominal GDP (in millions of U.S. dollars) 16,005 11,892 13,707 18,525 19,048 18,094 17,122 Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Reflects BPM6 presentation adopted by the authorities. 2/ Includes Brunei Currency and Monetary Board's foreign exchange assets, SDR holdings, and reserve position in the IMF. 24 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

26 Table 23. Brunei Darussalam: Exports by Commodity, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Total exports 10,435 12,118 15,678 16,221 14,309 13,432 8,715 Food and live animals Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels 10,024 11,530 14,964 15,531 13,812 12,432 8,103 Chemicals Manufactured goods Machinery and transport equipment Miscellaneous manufactured articles Other (In percent of total exports) Total exports Food and live animals Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels Chemicals Manufactured goods Machinery and transport equipment Miscellaneous manufactured articles Other Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 25

27 Table 24. Brunei Darussalam: Value and Destination of Selected Exports, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Value of major exports Petroleum 4,975 6,112 7,957 7,823 6,398 5,616 3,255 Natural gas 5,049 5,416 7,006 7,706 7,414 6,816 4,855 (In millions of U.S. dollars) Petroleum 3,418 4,483 6,325 6,216 5,111 4,432 2,362 Natural gas 3,470 3,972 5,569 6,123 5,923 5,379 3,531 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Major exports by destination Petroleum 4,975 6,112 7,957 7,823 6,398 5,616 3,255 Japan Korea, Republic of 831 1,397 1,772 1,476 1, Philippines Singapore Thailand United States Natural gas 5,049 5,416 7,006 7,706 7,414 6,816 4,855 Japan 4,675 4,804 6,315 6,686 5,339 5,088 3,096 Korea, Republic of ,020 1, Sources: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.; and IMF staff calculations. 26 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

28 Table 25. Brunei Darussalam: Exports by Country of Destination, (In millions of Brunei dollars) ASEAN 1,229 1,505 2,177 2,381 3,316 2,647 1,700 Of which: Indonesia , Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand European Union Of which: France Germany United Kingdom Others 5,925 10,582 13,437 13,793 10,967 10,759 6,895 Of which: Australia 524 1,251 1,555 1,209 1,047 1, Japan 3,305 5,267 6,797 7,159 5,692 5,342 3,168 Korea, Republic of 829 2,022 2,504 2,554 2,334 1,469 1,362 Taiwan Province of China United States Total 7,166 12,112 15,649 16,214 14,303 13,430 8,628 Sources: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 27

29 Table 26. Brunei Darussalam: Imports by Commodity, (In millions of Brunei dollars) Total imports (c.i.f.) 3,492 3,457 4,529 4,455 4,521 4,556 4,447 Food Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels Animal and vegetable oils and fats Chemicals Manufactured goods Machinery and transport equipments 1,383 1,159 1,131 1,243 1,656 1,755 1,752 Miscellaneous manufactured articles Other (In percent of total imports) Total imports (c.i.f.) Food Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels Animal and vegetable oils and fats Chemicals Manufactured goods Machinery and transport equipments Miscellaneous manufactured articles Other Sources: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd. 28 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

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