BRUNEI DARUSSALAM STATISTICAL APPENDIX. International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C. IMF Country Report No. 15/146. June 2015

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1 June 2015 IMF Country Report No. 15/146 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 April 14, 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 April 14, 2015 STATISTICAL APPENDIX Approved By Asia and Pacific Department Prepared By Deirdre Daly (SEC) and Xuan Tu (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, 2009/ / Composition of Quarterly Government Revenue, 2009/ / Composition of Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2009/ /14 _ Composition of Quarterly Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2010/ / 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,

3 24. Value and Destination of Selected Exports, 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) 18,459 20,398 15,611 16,867 20,996 21,185 20,158 Oil and gas sector 12,333 14,300 9,417 10,645 13,923 14,135 12,744 Oil and gas mining 10,604 11,672 7,390 8,572 11,630 11,804 10,434 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) 1,729 2,628 2,027 1,890 2,294 2,331 2,310 Non-oil and gas sector 6,125 6,098 6,194 6,223 6,654 7,051 7,414 Government 2,239 2,152 2,190 2,313 2,413 2,480 2,529 Private sector 3,886 3,946 4,005 4,093 4,244 4,571 4,885 Non-oil and gas sector 6,125 6,098 6,194 6,223 6,654 7,051 7,414 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels and restaurants Private health and education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services 2,239 2,152 2,190 2,313 2,413 2,480 2,529 Memorandum items: Population 370, , , , , , ,200 GDP per capita (in Brunei dollars) 49,888 54,394 41,072 43,608 53,375 52,989 49,625 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) 3,564 3,255 3,896 4,897 4,194 3,875 4,097 4,702 4,997 4,863 5,400 5,737 5,364 4,779 5,158 5,885 5,361 4,852 4,657 5,288 Oil and gas sector 2,066 1,763 2,393 3,194 2,646 2,354 2,534 2,942 3,407 3,287 3,570 3,658 3,724 3,130 3,441 3,840 3,673 3,075 2,851 3,145 Oil and gas mining 1,419 1,376 1,966 2,630 2,250 1,863 2,074 2,384 2,888 2,742 2,952 3,048 3,188 2,556 2,824 3,236 3,146 2,439 2,299 2,551 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) Non-oil and gas sector 1,498 1,491 1,503 1,703 1,549 1,535 1,563 1,760 1,587 1,586 1,618 1,863 1,640 1,649 1,717 2,045 1,688 1,777 1,806 2,143 Government Private sector ,038 1,005 1,014 1,020 1,054 1,023 1,030 1,055 1,136 1,053 1,079 1,139 1,300 1,103 1,200 1,216 1,367 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Non-oil and gas sector 1,498 1,491 1,503 1,703 1,549 1,535 1,563 1,760 1,587 1,586 1,618 1,863 1,640 1,649 1,717 2,045 1,688 1,777 1,806 2,143 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels and restaurants Private health and education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services 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) 18,459 20,398 15,611 16,867 20,996 21,185 20,158 Domestic demand 10,294 9,893 10,179 10,368 10,406 10,873 11,271 Consumption 7,897 7,104 7,439 7,689 7,656 7,993 8,184 Personal consumption expenditure 3,722 3,608 3,803 3,909 4,089 4,333 4,492 Government consumption expenditure 4,175 3,496 3,636 3,781 3,567 3,659 3,692 Gross capital formation 2,397 2,788 2,741 2,678 2,751 2,881 3,087 Gross fixed investment 2,398 2,789 2,740 2,678 2,750 2,880 3,087 Construction 1,383 1,601 1,606 1,609 1,666 1,701 1,833 Machinery and equipment 1,015 1,188 1,134 1,069 1,084 1,179 1,254 Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 7,375 10,339 5,775 8,192 10,732 10,628 8,803 Exports of goods and services 12,525 15,971 11,363 13,737 16,726 17,237 15,351 Imports of goods and services 5,149 5,633 5,587 5,545 5,995 6,609 6,548 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) , 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) 3,564 3,255 3,896 4,897 4,194 3,875 4,097 4,702 4,997 4,863 5,400 5,737 5,364 4,779 5,158 5,885 5,361 4,852 4,657 5,288 Domestic demand 2,636 2,296 2,527 2,721 2,374 2,564 2,695 2,735 2,277 2,436 2,788 2,905 2,304 2,577 2,909 3,084 2,330 2,737 2,969 3,236 Consumption 1,862 1,773 1,851 1,952 1,771 1,960 1,917 2,041 1,641 1,864 1,965 2,186 1,666 1,953 2,041 2,332 1,673 2,048 2,054 2,409 Personal consumption expenditure , ,039 1, ,031 1,086 1,218 1,019 1,115 1,102 1,257 Government consumption expenditure , , , ,153 Gross capital formation Gross fixed investment Construction Machinery and equipment BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 1,794 1,032 1,360 1,590 1,941 1,567 1,933 2,751 2,491 2,323 2,807 3,111 3,118 2,274 2,492 2,745 3,137 1,978 1,813 1,875 Exports of goods and services 3,376 2,368 2,628 2,990 3,223 3,001 3,365 4,147 3,866 3,764 4,437 4,659 4,751 4,050 4,153 4,284 4,595 3,762 3,540 3,455 Imports of goods and services 1,582 1,337 1,268 1,400 1,283 1,434 1,432 1,396 1,375 1,441 1,630 1,548 1,632 1,776 1,662 1,539 1,458 1,784 1,727 1,580 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, 2000 prices) Gross domestic product (GDP) 11,986 11,754 11,546 11,846 12,253 12,369 12,152 Oil and gas sector 6,024 5,651 5,389 5,531 5,543 5,544 5,142 Oil and gas mining 4,577 4,151 4,009 4,075 4,055 4,048 3,625 Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) 1,447 1,500 1,380 1,430 1,488 1,496 1,517 Non-oil and gas sector 5,963 6,103 6,158 6,316 6,562 6,825 7,010 Government 2,207 2,267 2,298 2,388 2,469 2,533 2,578 Private sector 3,756 3,837 3,860 3,954 4,095 4,293 4,433 Non-oil and gas sector 5,963 6,103 6,158 6,316 6,562 6,825 7,010 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels and restaurants Private health and education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government services 2,207 2,267 2,298 2,388 2,469 2,533 2,578 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, 2000 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) 2,829 2,572 2,826 3,320 2,940 2,741 2,910 3,256 3,022 2,805 3,056 3,370 3,042 2,835 2,987 3,505 3,068 2,891 2,872 3,321 Oil and gas sector 1,372 1,136 1,308 1,572 1,454 1,256 1,349 1,446 1,484 1,277 1,387 1,395 1,464 1,252 1,331 1,497 1,476 1,244 1,175 1,247 Oil and gas mining 1, ,196 1, ,005 1,071 1, ,031 1,016 1, ,134 1, Manufacture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) Non-oil and gas sector 1,457 1,436 1,518 1,748 1,486 1,485 1,561 1,811 1,537 1,528 1,595 1,903 1,578 1,583 1,656 2,008 1,593 1,647 1,696 2,075 Government Private sector , , ,102 1,009 1, ,195 1,025 1,103 1,075 1,230 Non-oil and gas sector 1,457 1,436 1,518 1,748 1,486 1,485 1,561 1,811 1,537 1,528 1,595 1,903 1,578 1,583 1,656 2,008 1,593 1,647 1,696 2,075 Vegetables, fruits, and other agriculture Livestock and poultry Forestry Fishery Manufacture of wearing apparel and textile Other manufacturing Electricity and water Construction Wholesale and retail trade Water transport Air transport Other transport services Communication Finance Real estate and ownership of dwellings Hotels and restaurants Private health and education services Business services Domestic services Other private services Government Services 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, 2000 prices) Gross domestic product (GDP) 11,986 11,754 11,546 11,846 12,253 12,369 12,152 Domestic demand 9,643 9,969 10,335 10,464 10,514 10,884 11,189 Consumption 7,440 7,475 7,849 8,066 8,065 8,363 8,528 Personal consumption expenditure 3,688 3,753 3,930 4,011 4,158 4,376 4,499 Government consumption expenditure 3,752 3,723 3,919 4,055 3,907 3,987 4,029 Gross capital formation 2,204 2,494 2,486 2,398 2,448 2,521 2,661 Gross fixed investment 2,205 2,497 2,486 2,398 2,448 2,521 2,661 Construction 1,275 1,445 1,463 1,492 1,528 1,555 1,649 Machinery and equipment 930 1,053 1, ,012 Change in stocks Net exports of goods and services 2,002 1, , Exports of goods and services 7,013 6,577 6,230 6,944 6,700 6,462 5,932 Imports of goods and services 5,010 5,560 5,515 5,500 6,130 6,909 6,804 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) ,932 1,836 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, 2000 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) 2,829 2,572 2,826 3,320 2,940 2,741 2,910 3,256 3,022 2,805 3,056 3,370 3,042 2,835 2,987 3,505 3,068 2,891 2,872 3,321 Domestic demand 2,519 2,402 2,708 2,706 2,351 2,536 2,792 2,786 2,296 2,420 2,871 2,927 2,331 2,509 2,979 3,065 2,355 2,615 3,022 3,197 Consumption 1,811 1,907 2,091 2,040 1,799 1,991 2,155 2,122 1,713 1,914 2,198 2,241 1,743 1,980 2,282 2,357 1,754 2,052 2,292 2,430 Personal consumption expenditure 889 1,068 1, ,096 1, ,100 1, ,144 1,178 1, ,205 1,191 1,117 Government consumption expenditure ,009 1, ,054 1, ,069 1, ,104 1, ,100 1,314 Gross capital formation Gross fixed investment Construction Machinery and equipment Change in stocks BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Net exports of goods and services Exports of goods and services 1,670 1,332 1,552 1,676 1,735 1,478 1,647 2,085 1,753 1,513 1,714 1,720 1,721 1,506 1,557 1,678 1,738 1,446 1,415 1,333 Imports of goods and services 1,594 1,285 1,224 1,413 1,246 1,419 1,448 1,388 1,380 1,431 1,689 1,630 1,786 1,850 1,719 1,554 1,514 1,876 1,795 1,619 Statistical discrepancy (residual to tally up) 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) 1/ Source: Petroleum Unit, Prime Minister's Office. 1/ LNG data for are provisional. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 11

13 Table 10. Brunei Darussalam: Government Sector Employment by Grade, (Number of persons) Total government employees 44,777 46,091 46,757 47,419 48,898 48,145 Division I: Heads of department/section Division II: Senior officers 8,176 8,607 8,741 9,058 9,588 9,531 Division III: Supervisory 10,620 10,828 11,307 11,496 11,693 11,409 Division IV: Clerical and operators 11,734 11,996 12,087 12,246 12,535 12,255 Division V: Clerical and operators 13,438 13,757 13,683 13,655 14,141 14,064 (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: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, 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, 2009/ /14 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Budget (Outturn) Actual Actual Actual Actual Provisional as of Dec. Total Revenue 4,000 6,393 4,631 9,166 5,899 12,936 6,288 11,765 5,792 6,776 Oil and gas revenue 3,234 5,590 3,854 8,089 5,174 12,020 5,521 10,330 4,999 6,122 Revenues from government operations , Taxes Fees, charges, and rent Others Returns from investment and savings BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Memorandum items: Oil and gas sector revenue 3,234 5,590 3,854 8,089 5,174 12,020 5,521 10,330 4,999 6,122 Non-oil sector revenues , , Oil and gas (in percent) Source: Data provided by the Brunei authorities.

16 Table 13. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Quarterly Government Revenue, 2009/ /14 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Mar Jun Sept Dec Total revenue 1,461 1,516 1,302 2,113 2,003 1,898 2,189 3,077 2,760 3,377 3,683 3,116 2,626 3,016 2,375 3,748 2,465 2,210 2,100 Oil and gas revenue 1,235 1,338 1,099 1,917 1,701 1,671 2,014 2,704 2,438 3,184 3,463 2,934 2,415 2,770 2,205 2,940 2,157 2,007 1,958 Revenues from government operations Taxes Fees, charges, and rent Others Returns from investment and savings Memorandum items: Oil and gas sector revenue 1,235 1,338 1,099 1,917 1,701 1,671 2,014 2,704 2,438 3,184 3,463 2,934 2,415 2,770 2,205 2,940 2,157 2,007 1,958 Non-oil sector revenues Oil and gas (in percent of total revenue) Source: Data provided by the Brunei authorities. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 15

17 Table 14. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2009/ /14 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual As of Dec. Total expenditure 5,655 6,639 5,655 6,351 5,800 7,182 5,900 7,483 6,100 4,486 Current 4,013 4,685 4,074 4,984 4,184 5,426 4,327 5,290 4,467 3,070 Wages and salaries 1,787 1,750 1,819 1,814 1,860 1,858 1,940 1,882 1,968 1,447 Other charges annually recurrent 1,556 1,722 1,586 1,785 1,654 1,850 1,718 1,811 1,829 1,197 Charged 669 1, , , , Pensions Royalties payments , , Others Capital 1,642 1,954 1,581 1,367 1,616 1,756 1,573 2,192 1,633 1,416 Other charges special expenditure 592 1, Development expenditure 1, , ,050 1,143 1,050 1,497 1, Total revenue 4,000 6,393 4,631 9,166 5,899 12,936 6,288 11,765 5,792 6,776 Total expenditure 5,655 6,639 5,655 6,351 5,800 7,182 5,900 7,483 6,100 4,486 Primary budget surplus -1, ,024 2, , , ,290 Total revenue excluding royalties 3,600 5,666 4,038 8,265 11,712 5,988 10,696 5,492 6,776 Total expenditure excluding royalties 5,355 5,923 5,355 5,473 5,500 5,983 5,600 6,413 5,800 4,486 Primary budget surplus excluding royalties -1, ,317 2,792 5, , ,290 Non-oil revenue 1/ , Non-oil expenditure 2/ 5,355 5,923 5,355 5,473 5,500 5,983 5,600 2,716 5,800 2,716 Non-oil primary balance -4,589-5,120-4,578-4,396-4,775-5,067-4,833-2,265-4,833-2,265 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Excludes energy sector corporate taxes, royalties, and dividends. 2/ Excludes disbursements of royalties. 16 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

18 Table 15. Brunei Darussalam: Composition of Quarterly Government Expenditure and Budget Balance, 2010/ /14 (In millions of Brunei dollars) 2010/ / / /14 Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Total expenditure 1,287 1,339 1,687 2,039 1,477 1,562 1,846 2,298 1,549 1,697 1,832 2,404 1,646 1,673 1,851 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 17 Current 1,083 1,154 1,250 1,497 1,184 1,235 1,417 1,590 1,086 1,197 1,361 1,646 1,151 1,197 1,407 Wages and salaries Other charges annually recurrent Charged Pensions Royalties payments Others Capital Other charges special expenditure Development expenditure Investment in public enterprises Total revenue 2,003 1,898 2,189 3,077 2,760 3,377 3,683 3,116 2,626 3,016 2,375 3,748 2,465 2,210 2,100 Primary budget surplus ,038 1,283 1,815 1, ,075 1, ,344 1, Total revenue, excluding royalties 1,809 1,679 1,958 2,819 2,489 3,060 3,367 2,797 2,367 2,745 2,119 3,462 2,228 1,991 1,872 Total expenditure, excluding royalties 1,093 1,125 1,457 1,798 1,206 1,251 1,530 1,998 1,293 1,426 1,577 2,118 1,172 1,236 1,394 Primary budget surplus, excluding royalties ,021 1,283 1,809 1, ,075 1, ,344 1, Non-oil revenue 1/ Non-oil expenditure 2/ 1,093 1,125 1,457 1,798 1,206 1,251 1,530 1,998 1,293 1,426 1,577 2,118 1,172 1,236 1,394 Non-oil primary balance ,281-1, ,058-1,310-1,815-1,084-1,183-1,357-1, ,033-1,251 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Excludes energy sector corporate taxes, royalties, and dividends. 2/ Excludes disbursements of royalties. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

19 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 1,450 1,552 1,688 1,678 1,619 2,696 2,346 3,277 3,122 3,632 3,951 3,803 3,886 3,875 Claims on nonresidents 1,938 1,986 2,136 2,117 2,195 3,108 2,770 3,691 3,534 4,035 4,557 4,222 4,317 4,292 Foreign exchange 1,399 1,501 1,647 1,626 1,689 2,645 2,302 3,226 3,080 3,583 4,109 3,764 3,853 3,824 Reserve position in the Fund SDR holdings Other Liabilities to nonresidents Netdomestic assets Net domestic credit ,019 1,097 1, Net claims on central government Claims on central government Central government deposits Claims on other depository corporations , Capital accounts ,044 1,050 1,055 1,045 1,026 1,029 1,036 1,159 1,150 1,126 1,135 1,070 Others, net Monetary base 1,624 1,744 1,681 1,743 1,804 2,665 2,313 3,091 2,586 2,887 3,051 2,973 2,934 2,971 Currency in circulation 955 1, ,690 1,239 2,125 1,624 1,627 1,129 1,140 1,096 1,220 Liabilities to other depository corporations , ,260 1,922 1,833 1,838 1,751 Memorandum items: Monetary base (annual growth, in percent) Claims to nonresidents/monetary base (in percent) # AMBD net external asset ratio 2/ Brunei dollars per U.S. dollar (end of period) Sources: IMF, International Financial Statistics; and Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam. 1/ Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD) was established on January 1, 2011; prior to 2011 reflect Brunei Currency and Monetary Board Survey data. 2/ Ratio of foreign exchange holding to currency. 18 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

20 Table 17. Brunei Darussalam: Other Depository Corporations Survey, Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec (In millions of Brunei dollars; end of period) Net foreign assets 9,468 7,128 9,380 10,560 11,089 12,535 12,897 12,923 11,141 11,849 11,227 11,756 11,418 11,216 10,172 Claims on nonresidents 9,847 7,542 9,806 10,850 11,350 12,742 13,098 13,172 11,352 12,041 11,429 11,927 11,562 11,414 10,319 Liabilities to nonresidents Claims on central bank ,039 1,834 1,514 2,244 1,731 1,961 2,103 2,006 2,038 1,992 Net claims on central government -5,105-1,713-2,480-2,731-2,642-4,160-5,120-3,914-3,840-4,704-3,917-4,432-3,774-3,817-3,101 Claims on central government Central government deposits 5,308 2,001 2,688 2,796 2,941 4,512 5,616 4,209 4,436 5,103 4,417 4,831 4,353 4,217 3,601 Claims on other sectors 7,229 6,984 6,943 7,001 6,605 6,635 6,712 6,683 6,755 6,829 6,864 6,942 7,161 7,425 7,541 Claims on private sector 7,137 6,920 6,838 6,809 6,474 6,518 6,495 6,393 6,454 6,629 6,610 6,614 6,785 6,987 7,000 Claims on public nonfinancial corporations Claims on other financial corporations Liabilities to central bank , Demand deposits included in broad money 3,647 4,607 2,993 3,142 3,070 2,917 3,402 3,687 3,480 3,523 3,367 3,216 3,459 3,676 3,487 Other deposits included in broad money 6,553 6,605 8,756 9,047 9,361 9,386 9,604 10,009 9,441 9,524 9,668 9,899 9,871 9,887 9,702 Securities other than shares included in broad money Shares and other equity 1,705 1,904 1,932 1,973 2,019 2,041 2,073 2,135 2,190 2,228 2,184 2,244 2,291 2,284 2,349 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) INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 19 Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics. 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 (In millions of Brunei dollars; end of period) Net foreign assets 10,548 8,577 10,973 12,248 12,769 12,147 15,593 15,269 14,418 14,970 14,860 15,707 15,221 15,102 14,048 Claims on nonresidents 10,962 9,480 11,792 12,986 13,467 14,937 16,206 15,942 15,042 15,576 15,463 16,484 15,784 15,732 14,612 Liabilities to nonresidents Net domestic assets 392 3,419 1, ,073-1, , Net domestic credit 1,853 5,002 4,197 4,401 4,085 2,594 1,730 2,884 3,031 2,241 2,877 2,434 3,309 3,530 4,382 Net claims on central government -5,376-1,981-2,746-2,897-2,817-2,387-4,982-3,799-3,725-4,587-3,987-4,508-3,852-3,895-3,158 Claims on central government Central government deposits 5,579 2,270 2,959 2,966 3,120 4,693 5,779 4,395 4,621 5,288 4,488 4,909 4,432 4,296 3,659 Claims on other sectors 7,229 6,984 6,943 7,001 6,605 6,615 6,712 6,683 6,755 6,829 6,864 6,942 7,161 7,425 7,541 Claims on private sector 7,137 6,920 6,838 6,809 6,474 6,498 6,495 6,393 6,454 6,629 6,610 6,614 6,785 6,987 7,000 Claims on public nonfinancial corporations Claims on other financial corporations Shares and other equity 1,784 2,019 2,095 2,711 2,763 2,781 3,119 3,161 3,220 3,264 3,344 3,394 3,418 3,419 3,419 Other items (net) BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Broad money liabilities 10,940 11,996 12,573 13,444 13,676 13,508 13,837 14,495 13,808 14,008 13,962 14,062 14,298 14,468 14,166 Currency outside depository corp Transferable deposits 3,647 4,607 2,993 3,142 3,070 2,917 3,402 3,687 3,480 3,523 3,367 3,216 3,459 3,676 3,487 Other deposits 6,553 6,605 8,756 9,047 9,361 9,386 9,604 10,009 9,441 9,524 9,668 9,899 9,871 9,887 9,702 Securities other than shares Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics.

22 Table 19. Brunei Darussalam: Financial Soundness Indicators, Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec Mar Jun Sep Dec (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/ 2/ Net nonperforming ratio 2/ Nonperforming loans net of provisions to capital 2/ 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 3/ Net open position in foreign exchange to capital INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 21 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. 2/ Ratios are much higher in end-march 2011 due to a corporate loan that has surpassed the 90-day tenor as of March This loan has been settled subsequently. 3/ indicates that data are not available. 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-september 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 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 balance 1/ 5,752 5,857 7,056 4,320 5,623 7,188 7,397 In percent of GDP Trade balance 6,039 5,700 7,840 4,900 6,439 8,857 9,419 Exports 7,627 7,692 10,698 7,172 8,770 12,465 12,982 Oil and gas 7,346 7,396 10,321 6,891 8,472 11,896 12,472 Other Imports 1,588 1,992 2,858 2,272 2,331 3,608 3,563 Services (net) Receipts ,054 1,090 1,168 Payments 1,214 1,317 1,403 1,434 1,612 1,892 2,004 Income (net) 588 1, Receipts 1/ 1,491 1,694 1,355 1,147 1,139 1, Payments 1/ , ,506 1,581 Current transfers (net) Receipts Payments Capital and financial account balance ,598 Capital account balance (net) Financial account balance ,587 Direct investment (net) Portfolio investment (net) Other investment (net) 1/ 2/ ,147 Errors and omissions 3/ -5,118-5,436-7,259-4,162-6,131-6,944 0 Overall balance Gross official reserves 4/ ,357 1,563 2,487 3,285 In months of next year's imports Memorandum items: Exchange rates Brunei dollars per U.S. dollar (period average) Nominal effective exchange rates (2005=100) Real effective exchange rates (2005=100) Nominal GDP (in millions of U.S. dollars) 11,471 12,248 14,393 10,733 12,371 16,691 16,954 Sources: Data provided by the Brunei authorities; and IMF staff estimates. 1/ Based on IMF staff estimates. 2/ Includes changes in banks' net foreign assets. 3/ The large scale of errors and omissions reflects the lack of comprehensive balance of payments data. 4/ 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 11,556 14,942 10,435 12,118 15,678 16,221 14,309 Food and live animals Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels 11,111 14,616 10,024 11,530 14,964 15,531 13,812 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. Ltd. 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 7,627 7,949 4,975 6,112 7,957 7,823 6,398 Natural gas 3,484 6,667 5,049 5,416 7,006 7,706 7,414 (In millions of U.S. dollars) Petroleum 5,061 5,544 3,418 4,483 6,325 6,216 5,113 Natural gas 2,312 4,650 3,470 3,972 5,569 6,123 5,925 (In millions of Brunei dollars) Major exports by destination Petroleum 7,627 7,949 4,975 6,112 7,957 7,823 6,398 Japan Korea, Republic of 1,133 1, ,397 1,772 1, Philippines Singapore Thailand United States Natural gas 3,484 6,667 5,049 5,416 7,006 7,706 7,414 Japan 3,215 5,975 4,675 4,804 6,315 6,686 4,276 Korea, Republic of , Sources: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd.; and IMF staff calculations. 1/ indicates that data are not available. 26 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

28 Table 25. Brunei Darussalam: Exports by Country of Destination, (In millions of Brunei dollars) ASEAN 2,153 2,517 1,229 1,505 2,177 2,381 2,436 Of which: Indonesia 1,853 2, , Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand European Union Of which: France Germany United Kingdom Others 5,497 7,885 5,925 10,582 13,437 13,793 8,604 Of which: Australia 1,051 1, ,251 1,555 1, Japan 2,565 4,502 3,305 5,267 6,797 7,159 4,569 Korea, Republic of 930 1, ,022 2,504 2,554 1,689 Taiwan Province of China United States Total 7,668 10,416 7,166 12,112 15,649 16,214 11,057 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.) 3,166 3,647 3,492 3,457 4,529 4,455 4,521 Food and live animals Beverages and tobacco Crude material inedible Mineral fuels Animal and vegetable oils and fats Chemicals Manufactured goods Machinery and transport equipments 1,311 1,599 1,383 1,159 1,131 1,243 1,648 Miscellaneous manufactured articles Other (In percent of total imports) Total imports (c.i.f.) Food and live animals 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

30 Table 27. Brunei Darussalam: Imports by Country of Origin, (In millions of Brunei dollars) ASEAN 1,041 1,213 1,243 1,769 2,026 2,328 1,742 Of which: Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore , Thailand European Union Of which: France Germany Italy Netherlands United Kingdom Others 829 1, ,274 2,096 1,631 1,303 Of which: Australia China Hong Kong SAR Japan Korea, Republic of Taiwan Province of China United States Total (c.i.f.) 3,166 3,647 3,492 3,457 4,529 4,455 3,419 Sources: Brunei Darussalam Statistical Yearbook, Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and CEIC Data Co. Ltd INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 29

31 Table 28. Brunei Darussalam: Energy Sector, Domestic consumption of oil products Gasoline (m3) 291, , , , , , ,064 Kerosene (m3) 4,908 4,217 3,585 4,425 3,181 8,354 8,516 Diesel (m3) 242, , , , , , ,251 Domestic retail prices (B$/liter) ULG RON ULG RON ULG RON Kerosene (B$/liter) Diesel (B$/liter) Domestic natural gas consumption (in millions of M3) Households Industry 1/ 1,658 1,595 1,679 1,751 1,669 1, Electricity generation (in thousands of MMBTU) 41,386 40,931 45,649 46,916 44,733 45,605 45,628 Dept of Electrical Services (in thousands) 26,763 26,583 30,061 31,408 29,142 29,872 29,915 Berakas Power Company (in thousands) 14,623 14,348 15,588 15,507 15,591 15,733 15,713 Electricity generation (GWh) 3,395 3,423 3,611 3,792 3, Natural gas plants 3,362 3,390 3,575 3,754 3, Diesel Electricity consumption (GWh) 3,049 3,145 3,243 3,326 3,343 3,418 3,470 Electricity tariffs: households (B$) Less than 10 kwh Next 60 kwh Next 100 kwh All above 170 kwh Minimum charge Prepayment tariff on all use Electricity tariffs: commercial/industrial 2/ Less than 10 kwh Next 100 kwh Next 100 kwh All above 170 kwh Minimum charge Electricity tariffs: government Sources: Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE); and Petroleum Unit, Prime Minister's Office. 1/ Excludes gas consumed by BLNG and BMC. 2/ First 10 units (KVA)=B$0.20/unit; next 100 units (KVA)=B$0.07/unit; next 100 units (KVA)=B$0.06/unit; remaining units=b$0.05/unit. 30 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

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