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[POPULER MONEY] Why the State is Powerless to Control Migor Prices


1. Owning a State Owned Oil Palm Oil Company, Why is the State Powerless to Control Migor Prices?

Cooking oil prices are on the rise starting at the end of 2021. Compact producers are raising prices on the pretext of adjusting to palm oil (CPO) prices on the global market.

If previously the price of cooking oil was in the range of Rp 12,000 per liter last year, now the price is in the range of Rp 24,000 per liter or has skyrocketed twice.

The spike in cooking oil prices in Indonesia is ironic, considering that the supply of palm oil in Indonesia is always abundant. It is even listed as the largest CPO producing country in the world.

The state actually has a state-owned enterprise that is engaged in integrated oil palm plantations, which means it has its own oil palm plantations and processing factories.

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2. Kimia Farma Subsidiary Opens Job Vacancies for D3-S1, Here’s the Position and How to Apply

For those of you who have at least a Diploma (D3) to Bachelor (S1) from various majors who want a career in the clinical laboratory industry, check out this job vacancy.

A subsidiary of PT Kimia Farma (Persero) Tbk, PT Kimia Farma Diagnostika, opens job vacancies for graduates of at least diploma (D3) and bachelor (S1) from all majors.

This job vacancy will later fill the position of Marketing and National Sales Referral Staff

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