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Monday, 12 September 2022
What does Indonesian Employers Association Chair Hariyadi Sukamdani say about the effects of the fuel price hikes on service and commodity prices as well as minimum wages?
THE latest fuel price hikes have ignited widespread protests across the country. The price increases of up to 30 percent are predicted to raise commodity prices adding more burden on the public as many business sectors responded to the new policy with tariff adjustments.
Hariyadi Sukamdani, Chairman of Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) said the business sectors to bear the most brunt of the new prices were transportation and logis...
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