World Bank urges Indonesia and Malaysia to slash fossil fuel subsidies

Jessica Shankleman
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Bank advises governments in East Asia to use fall in oil price to tackle artificially low fossil fuel prices

Emerging and developing economies in East Asia should use the drop in oil prices to curb fossil fuel subsidies as part of a programme that would help reduce national debts and tackle climate change, the...

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