The dilemma of energy subsidies
The Jakarta Post
Low international oil prices over the past three years have greatly helped President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to maintain prudent fiscal management, enabling him to slash fuel energy by one-third only one month after his inauguration in October 2014, and invest the annual savings of US$15 billion in infrastructure development.
Given the high volatility of oil prices and Indonesia’s posit...
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