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December 19, 2014
Indonesia's Chief Economics Minister Sofjan Djalil smiles during an interview at his office in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia's Chief Economics Minister Sofjan Djalil smiles during an interview at his office in Jakarta...
Indonesia's Chief Economics Minister Sofjan Djalil smiles during an interview at his office in Jakarta December 19, 2014. Indonesia will set domestic fuel subsidy at a fixed rate per litre from Jan. 1, Djalil said on Friday. The change will make domestic fuel prices float according to market price, but the government's budget for fuel subsidies will be manageable, Djalil told Reuters. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT PROFILE ENERGY)
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