A survey of Asia's energy prices, Volumes 23-248 by Anil K. Malhotra, Olivier Koenig, Prasert Sinsukprasert
By Anil K. Malhotra, Olivier Koenig, Prasert Sinsukprasert
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Unlike the IEA and other surveys, the present survey focused primarily on the developing countries in Asia. The Asia Energy Price Survey report is based on data collected in cooperation with the developing countries through a direct survey in July- August 1993. The response to this first survey has been very encouraging, particularly in the case of electricity, for which time series covering the last nine years have been obtained from 16 countries and covering 21 cities. For petroleum products and natural gas responses were obtained from 10 countries.
Bangkok has significantly reduced nominal tariffs for all consumer categories over the years. In Kuala Lumpur the tariffs for industries and mining were reduced in 1986/1987 while residential and commercial tariffs were maintained more or less at the earlier levels. In Seoul the commercial tariff was reduced by more than half between 1986 and 1990, and similarly the industrial tariffs dropped by about 25%. In Jakarta and Manila, on the other hand, tariffs were raised almost in tune with domestic inflation.