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Farouq Fayadh, Staff Reporter
Fuel prices in the UAE rose slightly by no more than 0.4 per cent or 1 fils for May over April prices, while diesel prices dropped by 2.2 per cent or five fils, according to suppliers.
The price of Super 98 rose by 0.4 per cent for May to Dhs2.30 per litre including VAT, up from Dhs2.29 in April, while the price of Special 95 rose by 0.4 per cent per litre for May to Dhs2.18, up from Dhs2.17 in April.
The price of E-Plus 91 rose by 0.4 per cent for May to Dhs2.11 per litre, up from Dhs2.10 in April. Diesel prices dropped by 2.2 per cent for May or five fils to Dhs2.17 per litre, down from Dhs2.22 in April.
Located in Muzairah and Homa in Sharjah, the service stations are part of the 12 stations scheduled for completion in Sharjah by the end of the year to meet the increasing demand for fuel and automotive services in the Emirate.
Located in Al Rahmaniya residential area on the E611, both service stations are part of a larger plan to construct 12 new stations in Sharjah by the end of the year to meet the increasing demand for fuel and automotive services in the emirate.
The global oil demand remains resilient and points at signs for optimism but we still need to focus on costs, said Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and Group CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
UAE-based tycoon MA Yusuff Ali visited a family in the Kerala port city of Kochi that came to rescue during a helicopter crash in which he had a narrow escape seven months back.
Initial investigations revealed that the victim previously declared through more than 10 videos on his personal account on TikTok his inability to reach a girl he loved and that he could not meet her because she was in her home country.
"The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has granted approval for entry of individuals vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine starting from Jan.1, 2022," the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), which financed the development of Sputnik V, said in a statement.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, issued Executive Council Resolution No.(54) of 2021 regulating ‘right-of-way’ in Dubai.