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Petrol prices inch up, diesel cost unchanged

Petrol prices inch up, diesel cost unchanged

Petrol price caps in the Kingdom increased slightly following the latest government revision that went into effect on Saturday.

Premium petrol prices rose by 100 riel, reaching 3,600 riel per litre, while regular gasoline prices grew by 50 riel to 3,500 riel per litre. Diesel prices remained unchanged at 3,200 riel per litre.

The new fuel price caps will remain in effect until November 1 as part of the regularly scheduled government revisions occurring every 10 days to respond to changes in global oil prices.

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