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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Page aa RECENT WORLD BANK TECHNICAL PAPERSNo. 178Le Moigne, Barghouti, and Garbus, editors, Developing and Improving Irrigation and Drainage Systems: Selected Papers from World Bank SeminarsNo. 179Speirs and Olsen, Indigenous Integrated Farming Systems in the SahelNo. 180Barghouti, Garbus, and Umali, editors, Trends in Agricultural Diversification: Regional PerspectivesNo. 181Mining Unit, Industry and Energy Division, Strategy for African MiningNo. 182Land Resources Unit, Asia Technical Department, Strategy for Forest Sector Development in AsiaNo.

Petroleum Product Prices 114 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices ( on January 1, 1993, in US Currency) 115 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices (for 1984 - 1993, in Constant 1990 US Currency) 119 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices in Nominal Local Currency 123 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices in Nominal US Currency 137 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices in Constant 1990 Local Currency 139 Petroleum Product and Gas Prices in Constant 1990 US Currency 153 3. Annexes 169 Exchange Rates 170 Consumer Price Indices 171 Price Survey Questionnaires and Sample Cover Letter 172 List of Electricity Utilities and Organizations Providing Energy Price Data 180 Power Pricing in China 181 The Asia Energy Price Survey Report has been prepared by Anil Malhotra (Energy Adviser), Olivier Koenig (Senior Energy Economist), and Prasert Sinsukprasert (Summer Intern).

Change in Petroleum Product Prices On average, automotive fuel prices in Asian developing countries in real terms have remained relatively constant after 1986-87 following the initial reduction reflecting the drop in international prices. This is mainly due to the consistently low international oil prices since then and government price controls to prevent immediate market fluctuation and maintain economic growth. For industrial fuels, most prices have been constantly decreasing in all countries, especially in Korea and Thailand.

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