VOV.VN -A fire broke out after a fuel tanker carrying gasoline crashed into a power line in Minh Hung commune, Chon Thanh district, Binh Phuoc province, leaving at least six dead and scores of others injured on November 21.
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is going ahead with its plan to increase environmental protection tax on petroleum from the current VND1,000-4,000 to VND3,000-8,000 per litre, despite objections from other ministries and the public.
The Vietnamese government is drafting an amendment to the law on environmental protection tax, which includes a proposal to more than double the current tax on gasoline.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance has proposed a draft law that suggests nearly tripling environmental protection tax on oil and gas consumption.
Malaysians on average spent 70% of their income on food, housing, necessities and travel, according to the Malaysian Minister of Finance Johari Abdul Ghani.
Eleven teams from Vietnam’s top engineering and industrial universities and junior colleges will compete at the 2016 Shell Eco-marathon Asia (SEM), to be hosted by the Philippines next month, Shell Vietnam said on February 22 in a press release.
At least 40,000 liters of gasoline been leaked into the Tien River, a tributary to the Mekong River in Tien Giang Province, after a collision with a gas tanker on December 15.
Retail gasoline prices in Vietnam were reduced by one percent at the request of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade on November 18, following the global downward trend.
Vietnamese fuel traders on September 18 increased retail gasoline prices for the first time after five consecutive cuts over the last three months, following the global upward trend.
Retail petrol prices were revised down VND816 per litre as of 3 pm on August 4, marking the 13th price adjustment this year.
The ministries of Finance and Industry and Trade on May 20 enabled enterprises to increase gasoline prices by VND1,200 (six cents) per litre in the wake of increasing global fuel prices.
(VOV) - Import tariff on gasoline and petroleum rose by 8-9% as of January 7, according a Circular issued by the Finance Ministry a day earlier.
Hanoi will officially sell bio-fuel E5 at 42 petrol stations from next month onwards, according to the municipal Department of Industry and Trade.