Indonesia Gives First Indication on Size of Fuel IncreaseSharon Chen and Haslinda Amin
Indonesia will raise fuel prices by less than 3,000 rupiah ($0.25) a liter in the coming weeks, a move that will save the government more than $8 billion in the 2015 budget, its finance minister said.
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