Petrol prices up VND 306 per liter

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The prices of RON 92 petrol and bio-fuel E5 increased by VND 306 and VND 285 per liter as from 3:00 pm on September 5.

Petrol prices up VND 306 per liter

Accordingly, retail prices of RON 92 and E5 are sold at no more than VND17, 792 and VND17, 539 per liter.
Meanwhile the prices of other types of oil increased VND 43 and VND 155 per liter. The price of mazut is VND 11,148 per kg while the maximum prices of diesel and paraffin are kept at VND13,950 and VND12,547.
The Ministry of Industry & Trade and the Ministry of Finance also decided to keep the use of the price stabilization fund for petroleum. Usage of the fund for RON 92 increased VND110 per liter; while bio-fuel E5 was VND 90 and kerosene was VND185.
It marked the 4th increase of petrol price in recent two months, causing petrol prices to rise by VND1,756 per liter.

By HUONG GIANG, HA MY – Translated by Kim Khanh

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