Policemen were deployed to guard fuel stations across the country, where cars and motorbikes lined up Friday evening to buy fuel under the old prices. The government has ordered all stations to be open around the clock.Aviliani, a noted economist, applauded the move, saying the subsidies have put pressure on the country's trade and current account deficits as well as local currency.
Indonesia To Raise Fuel Prices Despite Protests
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