Petrolimex Vietnam raises fuel prices

The retail price of the popular gasoline RON92 has increased by VND210 per liter to VND24, 900 at 12pm on April 22.

Vietnam National Petroleum Corporation (Petrolimex Vietnam) also raised the price of RON95 by VND210 per liter to VND25, 400.

The prices of diesel and kerosene also rose by VND170 and VND130 per liter to VND23,820 and VND22,480 respectively.

Mazut price dropped by VND70 per kilogram to VND18, 590.

This is the third time that petrol price has been increased since the beginning of this year. The first came on February 21 and the most recent fell on March 19.

By Song Nguyen – Translated by Kim Khanh

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