Analysis: Ownership and demand for kitchen appliances on the rise
PREMIUM The transition from kerosene to gas stoves in recent years reflects the progress being made across the country. Today, over 80 percent of Indonesia’s households have gas. That’s 92 percent in the Top 20 cities, 84 percent of other urban homes and 75 percent of rural. Very soon, the old kerosene stove will become a collector’s item. But gas bottles exploding all too often are not helping the ...
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