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Petrol prices fall for eighth consecutive time this year

Petrol prices fall for eighth consecutive time this year

VOV.VN - The retail price of petrol fell once again at 3pm on April 28 as the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance updated costs to reflect adjustments in terms of the global price of oil, representing the eighth consecutive reduction since the beginning of the year.

Petrol prices fall for seventh consecutive time this year

Petrol prices fall for seventh consecutive time this year

VOV.VN - The retail price of petrol was reduced at 3pm on April 13 following the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance updating costs to reflect adjustments in global prices, representing the seventh consecutive reduction since the beginning of the year.

Petrol price adjusted up in latest review

Petrol price adjusted up in latest review

The retail prices of petrol were adjusted up as from 3pm on November 30 under a joint decision of the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Fuel prices plummet on November 21

Fuel prices plummet on November 21

The retail prices of petrol have continued to see a steep fall from 3pm on November 21, following the latest adjustments by the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Petrol prices stable, oil prices slightly increase

Petrol prices stable, oil prices slightly increase

The price of bio-fuel E5 was kept unchanged while those of diesel 0.05S and kerosene increased slightly by VND360 and VND495 per litre respectively in the latest regular adjustment of petrol and oil prices on January 4.

RON92 petrol price dropped by VND862 per litre

RON92 petrol price dropped by VND862 per litre

The price of RON 92 declined by VND862 per litre to VND16,504 (US$0.72) from 3:00pm on June 20 as decided by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.

Gas prices fall at the pump

Gas prices fall at the pump

VOV.VN - Gasoline prices have fallen slightly as of 3:00 pm on June 20, the first decline this year following five consecutive price hikes.