Petrol prices, name for RON95 and RON97, will go up by 10 sen and 20 sen respectively, according to Deputy President of Petrol Dealers Association of Malaysia, Datuk Zulkifli Mokti.

The hike is effective by midnight, however prices for diesel (Euro2 and Euro5) remain unchanged at RM2.05 per litre (add 10 sen more for Euro5 diesel; now at RM2.15 per litre). As such, the yellow pumps will cost RM2.15 per litre while RON97 retails at RM2.55 per litre (with 6 percent GST).

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Minister of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) Datuk Sri Hasan bin Malek (pictured above) revealed that the public will not be informed of the price hike from this point onward, but will only be released to the retailers.

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