Petrol prices rise for first time this year hinh anh 1At a gas station in Vietnam (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade revised up petrol prices on January 11 afternoon.

The prices of RON 95, E5 RON 92, and diesel 0.05S went up 581 VND, 609 VND and 660 VND per litre, respectively, to 23,876 VND, 23,159 VND, and 18,239 VND.

It is the first hike of petrol prices this year and the second in a row.

The two ministries also decided to use the petrol price stabilisation fund at a rate of 100 VND per litre for E5 RON 92, and 450 VND per litre for RON 95, and 100 VND per litre for diesel, to support business operations and people’s daily activities./.