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Gov’t trims fuel price caps at petrol stations

Gov’t trims fuel price caps at petrol stations

Petrol prices dropped slightly in the Kingdom following the government’s latest fuel cap revision, implemented on November 12 and effective through November 21.

Premium petrol prices were set at 3,400 riel per litre, a 200 riel decrease.

Regular petrol was reduced from 3,500 to 3,350 riel per litre, and diesel dropped to 3,050 riel per litre, down from 3,200 previously.

Fuel price caps are updated every 10 days to reflect changes in global oil prices.

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