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Barbadians to pay more for petroleum products

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Barbadians will be paying more for some petroleum products in the coming days. 
Effective midnight, Sunday, November 11, the retail price of gasoline, diesel and kerosene will increase, in keeping with the landed price of petroleum products.  As a consequence, the retail price of gasoline will move from $3.44 to $3.50 per litre – up by six cents, the price of diesel will cost six cents more and will now be retailed at $2.98 per litre; while the price of kerosene will increase by a penny and will be retailed at $1.94 per litre.
Meanwhile, consumers will be paying less for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) also from midnight, Sunday, November 11. As a consequence, the 100-pound cylinder will cost $17.52 less and will be retailed at $177.48; the 25-pound cylinder will now cost $49.47 – a saving of $4.38; while the 20-pound cylinder will now be priced at $39.73 – a decrease of $3.50. (JC/BGIS)

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