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This research analyzes international trade and the factors that influence international trade in Indonesia. This researcher uses a descriptive method to explain international trade development and a verification method to determine variables that affect international trade. The data source is obtained from secondary data during 2003-2019. The data analysis technique used is multiple regression. The results stated that international trade fluctuated during the study due to the impact of changing oil and gas and non-oil prices. Indonesia's international trade growth is more dominant in the non-oil and gas sector. So, the strategy implemented by the Indonesian government provides various facilities for exporters in the non-oil and gas sector. The factors studied, namely: exchange rates, inflation rates, government effectiveness, and trade openness, simultaneously affect international trade. However, the factors that significantly affect international trade are the inflation rate, government effectiveness, and trade openness; while the exchange rate factor has no effect.
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