UPDATE 1-Indonesia govt delays power price hike

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(Updates with parliamentary approval) JAKARTA, March 15 (Reuters) - Indonesia's government will delay a 10 percent hike in power prices plannned for this year, in a move to allay fears of rising costs as it aims to hike fuel prices next month, the energy minister said on Thursday. Protests over the plan to lift subsidised fuel prices by a third have broken out across Southeast Asia's largest economy in recent weeks, though there is no sign the government will also postpone lifting fuel ...

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