Cooking gas vendors have been warned not to capitalise on fears of a looming shortage by raising prices.
A man prepares to deliver cooking gas cylinders to customers amid concerns of a looming energy shortage in April. Demand for household gas has increased and some shops are reported to be hoarding supplies. PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASILL
Wiboonlasana Ruamraksa, the Internal Trade Department's director-general, told the public not to panic over a disruption in gas deliveries from Myanmar in April as it will not affect liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), which is often used as cooking gas.
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