By: Su Ssu-yun, Tsai Peng-min and Chiang Yi-ching
Effective from midnight Sunday, the state-run petroleum refiner CPC Corp., Taiwan will cut its retail gasoline prices per liter by NT$0.9 (US$0.03) and NT$1.0 per liter for diesel, it said.
After the adjustments, prices at CPC pumps will drop to their lowest levels since February 2000, with NT$16.1 per liter for 92 octane unleaded, NT$17.6 per liter for 95 octane unleaded and NT$19.6 per liter for 98 octane unleaded, according to CPC data.
For super diesel, retail prices will be lowered to NT$13 per liter, the lowest since November 1999, CPC said. [FULL STORY]