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Ministry urged to be specific about fuel price cuts

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The Energy Ministry should make clear to the public that it intends to lower fuel prices under the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) price float for the household sector due in September, traders say. 

A man prepares to deliver cooking gas cylinders to customers. The cooking gas price will rise by37%or 6.69 baht per kg to 24.82 baht by August next year from 18.13 baht now. PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASILL

Starting next month, the LPG price in the household sector will increase by 50 satang a kilogramme in each of 12 consecutive months.

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