After climbing for five consecutive times, the ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance, on November 25, decided to lower retail gasoline prices. However, the prices of RON95 and E5 RON92 gasoline remain at a high level.
Retail petrol prices rose by more than VND300 per liter from 3 pm on January 26, the fifth increase in a row, following the latest review by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
Due to new Covid-19 cases and unchanged global fuel prices, the ministries of Finance and Industry and Trade on July 28 decided to keep the price of RON95 gasoline unchanged, just slightly increase the prices of the remaining petroleum products.
The prices of fuel in Vietnam declined the seventh consecutive time this year on April 13 to the lowest level in the past 11 years since March 2009 under the decision of the ministries of Finance and Industry and Trade.