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Monday, August 8, 2022

Manufacturers find it difficult to provide induction stoves as targeted by the government. A number of large companies back away from the project.

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One of the recipients of the induction cookers in Solo, Central Java, July 21. ANTARA/HO-PLN . tempo : 171921457915.

A TWO-BURNER induction stove sat idly at Jero Kusumawati’s kitchen. The trader at Bali’s Mertasari Beach, Sanur, preferred using a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) stove, which she believed to be more efficient and practical. “Especially since I only use it to boil water and cook instant noodles for customers,” the 63-year-old woman told Tempo on Friday, August 5.

The induction cooker was given by state power company PLN as


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