The retail price of gasoline will fall and the price of diesel and kerosene will rise from midnight, Sunday, October 3.
Gasoline will be sold at $3.95 per litre – a decrease of three cents; the price of diesel will increase by two cents and will now cost $3.16.
Kerosene will go up by six cents and will be retailed at $1.38.
Meanwhile, the retail price for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) has dropped. The adjusted price of the LPG 100-lb cylinder will be $155.36; the 25-pound cylinder, $43.94; the 22-pound cylinder, $38.83, and the 20-pound cylinder, $35.30.
These price adjustments are in keeping with Government’s policy of allowing retail prices to be reflective of those on the international market.
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