Increasing of Non-Subsidized Fuel Price leads to Inflation

Pertamina decided to raise the price of fuel oil (BBM) nonsubsidized. The increase in fuel prices is one of them caused by the increase of world oil price.

Responding to this, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Darmin Nasution said the rise in fuel prices due to a surge in oil prices could have an impact on inflation.

“If the price of oil rises can cause inflation, it all depends on our economy, if we do not have basic revitalitas,” he said at the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs, Jakarta, Tuesday (27/2/2018)
Pertamina decided to raise the price of fuel oil (BBM) nonsubsidized. The increase is one of them caused by the increase of world oil price.

Not only in Jakarta, in other provinces the price of non-subsidized fuel also increased. As in DI Yogyakarta, Pertamax price previously Rp 8,600 per liter to Rp 8,900 per liter. For Pertamax Turbo from Rp 9,650 per liter to Rp 10,150 per liter.

As for the type of Solar, Pertamina in DIY sell Dexlite worth Rp 8,100 per liter from the previous Rp 7,500 per liter. As for Pertamina Dex priced at Rp 10,100 per liter from the previous Rp 9.350 per liter.

Another example, for in East Java, Pertamax earlier at Rp 8,600 per liter price is now Rp 8,900 per liter. For Pertamax Turbo is now sold Rp 10 150 per liter from the previous Rp 9,650 per liter.

So also for the type of Dexlite, now sold at Rp 8,100 per liter from the previous Rp 7,500 per liter. As for the type of Pertamina Dex has increased from the previous Rp 9.350 per liter to Rp 9600 per liter.

From : liputan6.com

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