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Population growth in Indonesia has increased significantly over the past three decades whereas fossil fuel resources have decreased Consequently its price has risen steadily The Indonesia government has provided a subsidy for fuel price I believe that subsidy will contribute several advantages for low income people There are three reasons why I hold this viewThe first reason is that the subsidy of petroleum maintains the price of household necessities Therefore low income families who have low-incomes can afford their daily needs For example they can buy enough food and pay electrical costs every month Additionally if there any remaining money it will be used to prepare for medical expenses As a result many poor people can continue to live Another reason is that transportation costs are affordable Due to the low cost of subsidized fuel public transportation is able to provide an affordable tariff Thus everyone can move easily For instance an unskilled worker who gets low salary is able to take a bus or the other low cost transportation to go to work Consequently communities are truly benefitted by the contribution of the subsidy Finally the fuel subsidies ensure the sustainability of jobs for many workers This is because a factory does not need to fire employees due to the increase of fuel price To run many machines the factory requires large amount of fuel Therefore the subsidy can reduce overhead As a result workers can work happily In conclusion I agree that the government should subsidize the petroleum because ordinary people will receive great benefit from the fuel subsidy The government also should maintain the sustainability of the fuel supply and ensure the price of fuel is affordable
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