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Even though Thailand’s energy minister vowed last month to keep the 30 baht per litre cap on diesel prices until the end of May, officials now expect the diesel price to be 35-36 baht per litre starting May 1. The director of the Energy Policy and Planning Office said all agencies have been instructed to plan how they can ease the impact of the price spike. Diesel fuel is mostly used by trucks and buses, and the price surge is expected to hurt consumers in general by raising prices on various products. The price increase will also make it harder for […]

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Thais and Singaporeans can't wait to cross the border to pump gas:



The diesel prices per litre in Thailand and in other ASEAN countries, as of April 18th based on the median exchange rate on April 12th, are as follows:

  • Thailand, 29.94 baht
  • Singapore, 70.53 baht
  • Lao PRD, 48.52 baht
  • Cambodia, 44.11 baht
  • The Philippines, 43.40 baht
  • Indonesia, 42.45 baht
  • Myanmar, 36.81 baht
  • Vietnam, 35.91 baht
  • Malaysia, 17.09 baht
  • Brunei, 7.65 baht

Benzene prices in ASEAN member countries are:

  • Thailand, 38.25 baht
  • Singapore, 75.21 baht
  • Lao PRD, 57.73 baht
  • Cambodia, 48.27 baht
  • The Philippines, 43.56 baht
  • Indonesia, 41.05 baht
  • Vietnam, 40.23 baht
  • Myanmar, 35.07 baht
  • Malaysia, 16.30 baht
  • Brunei, 13.08 baht



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