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Fuel Demand In India To Contract By 11.5% In 2020: Fitch
In line with the deterioration of India's economic outlook, Fitch Solutions has revised its forecast on fuel demand downward to 11.5 percent for 2020. Economists of research firm forecast India's real GDP to contract by 8.6 percent in the fiscal year ...
Fuel Demand In India To Contract By 11 5 In 2020 Fitch

Petrol Rates Cut By 15 Paise, Diesel By 19 Paise
Fuel rates on Thursday, that is 17 September, were reduced after a break. Petrol prices were cut by 15 paise to Rs 81.40 in New Delhi, Rs 82.92 in Kolkata, Rs 88.07 in Mumbai and Rs 84.44 in Chennai. Diesel prices ...
Diesel Price Cut For The First Time In Nearly 6 Months
On Thursday, diesel prices were cut for the first time in close to six months after state-owned fuel retailers reduced retail selling rate by 16 paise per litre. Diesel in New Delhi was priced at Rs 73.40 per litre in the ...
Petrol, Diesel Costlier In Andhra Pradesh After VAT Hike
Fuel becomes costlier in Andhra Pradesh after the state government decided to increase value added tax (VAT). After the hike, petrol is now costlier by Rs 1.24 a litre and diesel by Rs 0.93 a litre in the state. After a ...
Petrol Diesel Become Costlier In Andhra Pradesh After Vat Hike
Petrol, Diesel Prices Raised Again After A Day's Halt
Fuel prices in India were hiked on Monday by state oil marketing companies even as international oil prices remained largely stable. On Sunday, prices were left unchanged after 21 consecutive days of upward revision. On 29 June, petrol prices per litre ...
Petrol, Diesel Prices Raised For The 21st Consecutive Day
Fuel prices in India were raised for the 21st consecutive day on Saturday. The present back-to-back upward revision could be attributed to the fact that central and state governments, along with oil marketing companies are looking to make up for their ...
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