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Fuel prices in the UAE has been increased for the month of August-2019 with the petrol and diesel price per litre going up by 7-8 fils.
The Fuel Price Follow-up Committee at the Ministry of Energy and Industry approved the fuel prices for the month of August including the value added tax as follows:
The price of Super 98 rose to Dhs2.37 per litre for August, up from Dhs2.30 in July, while the price of Special 95 rose to Dhs2.26 per litre for August, up from Dhs2.18 in July.
E-Plus 91 rose to Dhs2.18 per litre for August, up from Dhs2.11. Diesel prices rose to Dhs2.42 per litre for August, up from Dhs2.35 in July.
The price of Super 98 rose to Dhs2.48 per litre for May, up from Dhs2.23 in April, while the price of Special 95 rose to Dhs2.34 per litre for May, up from Dhs2.11 in March.
Fuel prices in the UAE dropped by 5-10 fils for September compared to August.
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