In an attempt to rectify the exacerbating
problem, the oil
hike is deemed as the most effective solution for
. I fully disagree with
view as there are other remedial measures, far more viable and pragmatic, to reverse mentioned issues.
expensive would highly unlikely
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esolve the burgeoning crises on
defilement for the following reasons.
, most car owners and potential buyers have higher disposable income and
, could tolerate
uptick in many circumstances. In fact, the Philippine government had implemented the same policy in the year 2002 in the hope of redeeming its name from its bad reputation as the 4th country in Southeast Asia with the worst
jam and urban
. With the majority of automobile owners coming from high to maximum salary range earners, said
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ffort to contain these problems were of complete futility.
, increasing petroleum charges would affect the prices of goods and services. Oil
is directly proportional to commodity prices.
means that, when petroleum cost increases, costs of products and services increases as well.
trend would surely affect consumers in general and would delimit their purchasing capacity.
There are measures,
, that can help resolve the above-mentioned issues in a more pragmatic and sensible way.
, legislation dedicated solely on effective
management must be enacted. Like in the case of Japan where every family is limited to have only 1 car. To assure public compliance, Japan invested largely on public transport facility,
, now enjoys smooth
flow and low urban
as a result
of reduced private car usage for daily commutes.
, bike culture has to be encouraged by way of dedicating pavements for bikers to use daily for commuting to and from work.
way, the oil
increase will not be necessitated and
quality will be improved.
In conclusion, making petroleum's
exorbitant, would only affect the general public profoundly and would, by no means, curtail the growing problems of
, legislation for effective road
management like improving existing transport facility and encourage bike-culture would practically give resolution to the aforementioned issues.