Vietnam can control domestic petrol prices by adjusting taxes, fees: experts

Vietnam can control domestic petrol prices by adjusting taxes, fees: experts

Rising global oil prices have been putting pressure on gasoline prices in the domestic market. According to the report of the General Statistics Office of Vietnam under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, an increase of 12.08 percent in the five-month domestic gasoline prices and 15.32 percent year-on-year in gas prices are one of the main reasons for the rise in the consumer price index (CPI) in the first five months of this year.
Gas prices plunge sharply

Gas prices plunge sharply

The Ho Chi Minh City One-Member Limited Liability Oil & Gas Company (Saigon Petro), on the evening of March 31, announced that gas price would decline by VND1,708 per kilogram, or VND20,500 per 12-kilogram cylinder as of April 1.
Prices of petrol, gas advance

Prices of petrol, gas advance

Fuel prices have been adjusted as of 3 p.m. on November 30 in accordance with the order of the ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance.
Gas price continues reducing VND13,000 a 12 kilogram cylinder from March 1

Gas price continues sliding VND13,000 a cylinder

Gas businesses in HCMC yesterday announced that gas prices in March would reduce about VND13,000 over the previous month to swing from VND316,500-317,500 a 12 kilogram cylinder.