By Muklis Ali JAKARTA, July 28 (Reuters) - Indonesian offices must endure higher temperatures and car owners should use more expensive premium fuel to help the country cope with soaring oil prices and a fuel supply crunch, a state directive said on Thursday. A cash squeeze at state oil firm Pertamina, due to heavily subsidised retail prices, and fuel shortages at power stations have heightened the need for conservation in Asia Pacific's sole member of the Organization of the Petroleum ...
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