Petrol prices rise over 700 VND per litre Business

Petrol prices rise over 700 VND per litre

From 17:00 of July 17, the retail price of RON95-III increased 718 VND to a maximum level of 21,235 VND per litre, while the ceiling price of bio-fuel E5 RON 92 was up 626 VND to 20,279 VND per litre.
Petrol prices rise over 400 VND per litre Business

Petrol prices rise over 400 VND per litre

The prices of oil and petrol have climbed over 400 VND (0.017 USD) per litre following the latest adjustment by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance on July 2.
Petrol, oil prices slightly decrease Society

Petrol, oil prices slightly decrease

Prices of oil and petrol slightly dropped by 300 VND per litre following the latest adjustment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance on June 22.
Petrol prices drop by over 400 VND per litre Business

Petrol prices drop by over 400 VND per litre

The price of RON 92 decreased by 435 VND per litre from 5:00pm on July 5, according to the latest adjustment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance the same day.
Petrol prices continue to decrease Business

Petrol prices continue to decrease

Prices of oil and petrol products continued to decrease from 3:00pm on May 20, according to the latest adjustment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance the same day.
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SBV plays down impact of forex rate change

With the current low rate of inflation, the latest adjustment of the VND/USD exchange rate will have little impact on the goal of inflation control, a central bank official has said.
Business

Used car import taxes rise again

The Government has hiked import taxes on used cars for the second time in three months following a circular released by the Prime Minister.
Business

Fuel prices rise again, with more to come

Retail petrol prices on Aug. 28 increased by 650 VND (0.033 USD) per litre to 23,650 VND while diesel rose by 300 VND per litter to 21,850 VND.

The move was made when the oil prices on the global market increased by 13.24 percent against the previous month; diesel prices went up 8.66 percent; kerosene went 9.59 percent and mazut 8.01 percent, the Ministry of Finance reported.