Diesel price in Thailand to be pegged at current level for two more months

The Thai cabinet has decided to subsidise the diesel price until January 20th, which means a loss of excise tax revenue for the state of another 20 billion baht. After…

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Thai cabinet extends 5-baht per litre excise tax cut for diesel until November

The cabinet decided today (Tuesday) to extend the excise tax cut of five baht per litre of diesel fuel for two more months, from September 21st to November, in order…

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Overview of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and fires, in Enerhodar in Zaporizhzhia region, Ukraine, August 24, 2022. European Union, Copernicus Sentinel-2 imagery/Handout via REUTERS

Ukraine narrowly escapes nuclear catastrophe as plant loses power, Zelenskiy says

KYIV, Aug 26 (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said the world narrowly avoided a radiation disaster as electricity to Ukraine‘s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was cut for hours due to Russian shelling in the area, allegations that Moscow denied. Zelenskiy said…

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Thailand’s diesel price capped at ฿34.94 per litre for the 5th week

The Fuel Fund Executive Committee decided today (Tuesday) to hold the retail price of diesel at 34.94 baht/litre for the fifth consecutive week, to ease the burden on consumers. Oil…

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Thai cabinet extends ฿5 per litre diesel excise tax cut for two more months

The cabinet decided to extend the 5-baht/litre excise tax cut today (Tuesday), to control the price of diesel fuel until September 20th. Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said that the tax…

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Energy minister sees slim chance of Thailand’s oil prices falling

Oil prices at gas stations in Thailand are unlikely to drop, although global oil prices are declining because the government has to support the Oil Fuel Fund, which will have…

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Minimal fare rise for private bus operators effective from July 4

Thailand’s Central Land Transport Control Board has decided to allow private bus operators, which provide inter-provincial and inter-district services, to increase their fares by 5 satang/km from July 4th, to…

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Diesel up by another ฿1 per litre, to ceiling of ฿35, effective June 14

Thailand’s Fuel Fund Executive Committee decided today (Monday) to increase the diesel price by another one baht per litre, to 34.94 baht, effective tomorrow, the fourth rise since May 1st…

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Thailand’s diesel price to rise by another baht per litre from Tuesday

The Fuel Fund Executive Board decided to increase the price of diesel fuel by another baht today (Monday), to 33.94 baht per litre, effective tomorrow, following a spike in global…

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Price of diesel in Thailand to rise by another one baht/litre as global prices surge

The Fuel Fund Executive Committee decided today (Monday) to increase the retail price of diesel fuel by 1 baht to 33 baht per litre from tomorrow. The new price will…

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Delivery service riders seek help from Thai government over high fuel prices

Delivery service bike riders are complaining about the rising price of gasohol and benzene and are calling for help from the government, as did users of diesel, the price of…

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Diesel price remains capped at 32 baht per litre

Thailand’s Fuel Fund Executive Committee has decided to maintain the diesel price at 32 baht per litre, at least until Sunday, even though the cabinet agreed yesterday to cut the…

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Excise tax on diesel cut by five baht/litre for two months amid high prices

The Thai cabinet decided to slash excise tax on diesel by 5 baht/litre for two months today (Tuesday), effective from May 21, to help ease the financial burden on consumers….

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Thailand’s new diesel price capped at ฿32/litre from May 1

The Fuel Fund Executive Committee has decided to increase the diesel price, which has been capped at 30 baht/litre since December last year, to 32 baht/litre, effective from May 1….

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Truckers rally in Bangkok seeking to keep diesel at ฿30 per litre

Truckers rallied in front of Government House today (Wednesday), demanding that the government extend the measures to keep diesel prices at 30 baht per litre, which are due to expire…

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Litre of diesel expected to increase to 35-36 baht from May 1

The price of diesel at gas stations in Thailand is expected to increase, from today’s 30 baht to 35-36 baht per litre from May 1st, when the government cap on…

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Thai government urged to brace for goods price spike in May

The government has been advised to take steps to cope with an average 5% to 10% increase in the prices of goods in May, when the diesel price, which has…

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Thai cabinet to reduce tax on diesel by 3 baht per litre for 3 months

The Thai cabinet decided to reduce excise tax on diesel fuel today (Tuesday), by an average of three baht per litre for three months, in a bid to ease the…

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Thailand to produce only B7 diesel fuel until next March to reduce diesel prices

Thailand’s Energy Policy and Planning office (EPPO) decided today (Wednesday) to instruct oil refineries to produce just one type of diesel fuel (B7), from December until next March, to lower the price…

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Thai energy minister defends 30 baht/litre price for diesel

Thailand’s energy minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow has defended the government’s decision to cap the retail price of diesel fuel at 30 baht/litre, saying that this price has been maintained for more…

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Truckers gear up for mass protest on Monday to demand diesel price cap

Thousands of truckers in Thailand are gearing up for a nationwide strike tomorrow (Monday), to pressure the government into meeting their demand for the price of diesel to be capped…

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80,000 Thai truckers to go on strike on Monday over diesel prices

Coinciding with Thailand’s reopening to foreign arrivals on November 1st, about 80,000 trucks, including some tour buses, will stop running to put pressure on the government to meet the demand…

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PM2.5 dust forecast for Bangkok and vicinity from late October through February

People living in Bangkok and its surrounding provinces are advised to prepare for PM2.5 dust pollution, coinciding with the arrival of high atmospheric pressure from the end of October until…

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Truckers threaten strike if diesel prices are not pegged

Thailand’s truckers’ associations have threatened to go on strike for a week if the government does not freeze the pump price of diesel at 30 baht/litre. To send a warning…

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Talks planned with oil refineries to upgrade quality of diesel to deal with pollution

In yet another attempt to ease the health hazards posed by PM2.5 dust particles, the Energy Business Department plans to hold a meeting with oil refineries this week about the…

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