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Motorists line up to buy gasoline last week at a station in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Indonesia raised prices at the pump by nearly 30 percent on May 23 because of the surging cost of oil and gas on the global market, the government said. Consumers, gas retailers and governments are wrestling with a new energy order, where rising oil prices play a larger role than ever in the daily lives of increasingly mobile world citizens.

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