For Jokowi, Real Test on Indonesia Fuel Subsidy Is StartingBy
Gasoline prices declined this year while Brent crude rose 35%
Return to subsidies would put pressure on budget deficit
Rising oil prices have put Indonesian fuel costs back in focus as some economists question whether President Joko Widodo will bring back budget-draining subsidies.
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