Latest News for: Petrol trade


Stocks eke out gains amid growing political noise

Dawn 21 Jul 2024
During the week, the government raised petrol and diesel prices by Rs9.99 and Rs6.18, drawing a strong reaction from trade and industry, who were already crying for revisiting high energy prices, especially electricity and natural gas.


Malaysian National News Agency 20 Jul 2024
NIBONG TEBAL, July 20 (Bernama) -- The Penang enforcement division of the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) ...

Petrol distributors not allowed to buy from each other: Draft

Vietnam News 18 Jul 2024
HÀ NỘI — A new draft to amend the decree on trading petroleum, compiled by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), stipulates that gasoline distributors are not allowed to trade petrol with each other.

Petrol prices decrease slightly in latest adjustment

Vietnam News 11 Jul 2024
Retail prices of petrol products were slashed starting 3pm on July 11 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance ... HÀ NỘI — Retail prices of petrol ...


Malaysian National News Agency 11 Jul 2024
KOTA BHARU July 10 (Bernama) -- A married couple was detained by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living (KPDN) yesterday for ...

Half of Petrol Stations Expected To Close in Next Decade

Slashdot 05 Jul 2024
Half of the Netherlands' petrol stations are set to ... "A quick calculation shows how long petrol station owners can still sell petrol," Dirk Mulder, Trade & Retail sector banker at ING Research, said.

Stocks end week with loss of 70 points

The News International 05 Jul 2024
... Askari Bank, K-Electric Ltd, Octopus Digital, Pak Refinery and Hascol Petrol.In the futures market, 304 companies recorded trading, of which 83 increased, 216 decreased and 5 remained unchanged.

Prices of petrol, other fuels adjusted

Vietnam News 04 Jul 2024
The retail sale prices of petrol and other fuels were adjusted up from 3pm on July 4 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.

Government asked to scrap free carbon credits for major polluters by 6000-strong petition

RNZ 04 Jul 2024
Under the Emissions Trading Scheme, most carbon dioxide emitters including petrol companies and coal-burning electricity companies pay a price - currently around $50 - for every tonne of emissions.

New Zealand's new-look approach to methane 'problematic', top climate scientist says

RNZ 30 Jun 2024
... emissions after New Zealand decided to remove agriculture from entering its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), the carbon pricing scheme that curbs emissions from the likes of petrol and electricity.

Plastic straws out, fuel tax in: How are we faring one year on from 2023's changes?

RNZ 29 Jun 2024
... there was less demand for carbon credits from the petrol companies, reducing the trading price for the credits under the scheme, and making it cheaper for other polluters to purchase those credits.

EU's EV tariff a political and economic gamble

China Daily 26 Jun 2024
The EU's trade barriers will only make EVs more expensive in the global markets, slowing the transition from petrol-powered cars to EVs and undermining the efforts to combat climate change.

Over 1,800 Filling Stations Shut in North-east as FG Moves against Fuel Smuggling

This Day 25 Jun 2024
When Nigeria scrapped a petrol subsidy last year, that black market trade collapsed, but the product has become cheaper again after Nigeria capped the price since June 2023 despite its currency sharply weakening.

GST council meeting: Will petrol and diesel come under GST? This is what FM Nirmala Sitharaman said

Live Mint 22 Jun 2024
The one and only decision which is therefore expected is, for which states to agree and come into GST council and decide what rates they agree on.”The Finance Minister said that it is now upto the ...

MARK BARNES: Stop whining and get busy in the streets

Business Day 20 Jun 2024
So, the government of national unity (GNU) is the new game in town. The people have spoken. We’re done and dusted, right? Not so fast ... We can’t forever be analysing the petrol price, the energy availability factor and the trade deficit ... .