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Vietnam’s gas prices drop slightly
By Thanh Nien News -

Cars queue at a Petrolimex petrol station in Hanoi on January 7, 2016. Photo credit: Kham/Reuters Cars queue at a Petrolimex petrol station in Hanoi on January 7, 2016. Photo credit: Kham/Reuters

Retail gasoline prices in Vietnam dropped by 1.3 percent on Tuesday, following the global downward trend.
Vietnam's most popular gasoline grade 92-RON now sells at VND15,960 (72 US cents) per liter.
Meanwhile, the bio-fuel grade E5, which has been heavily promoted by the government, is priced at VND15,440 (69 cents).
The prices of diesel and kerosene remain unchanged at VND12,298 and VND10,667 per liter, respectively.