Indonesia Hikes Fuel Prices to Manage Ballooning Subsidy Budget

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Indonesia has increased retail subsidized fuel prices by about 30% to lower consumption and manage fiscal pressure from a ballooning subsidy budget amid high oil prices and a depreciating rupiah.

Macroeconomics , Oil Demand, Oil Supply, Oil Prices, Diesel/Gasoil, Gasoline, Policy and Regulation
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