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Gasoline in Vietnam now costs a little more

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Gasoline prices in Vietnam were increased by 1.5 percent on Thursday, following the global upward trend.

A gas station in Hanoi. Photo: Ngoc Thang/Thanh Nien

A gas station in Hanoi. Photo: Ngoc Thang/Thanh Nien

 

The price of 92-RON gasoline, the popular variety in the country, is now VND15,829 (71 US cents) per liter.

Its greener version, E5, has been raised to VND15,315 per liter and diesel to VND11,300 per liter.

The price of 92-RON gasoline in Singapore, Vietnam’s major supplier, increased by US$1.2 per barrel, up 2.3 percent during the past two weeks, Vietnamese trade and finance ministries said.

 

Source: Thanh Nien News

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