Indonesia relies heavily on oil as the most consumed fuel in the country. This puts some strains to the country's economy in the form of hefty subsidies. Measures to reduce oil subsidies have been done, and the efforts continue under the new government led by President Joko Widodo. On November 2014, transport fuel prices were raised by Rp 2,000/litre (US$ 0.17/litre) each. Further in January 2015, the gasoline price was floated to the market price and a fixed subsidy was set for diesel.