Want China Times
By: CNA and Staff Reporter
From midnight Sunday, gasoline and diesel prices in Taiwan will rise by
NT$0.8 and NT$0.9 per liter, respectively, at state-run oil company CPC Corp’s gas stations, because of increases in global crude oil prices this past week.
CPC Corp said Sunday that after the adjustment, its 92, 95 and 98 octane unleaded gasoline will sell for NT$23.6 (US$0.73), NT$25.1 (US$0.78) and NT$27.1 (US$0.84) per liter, respectively. Diesel fuel will be NT$21.5 (US$0.67) per liter.
Privately run Formosa Petrochemical Corp said that an hour later it would follow the CPC Corp price increases, bringing its prices for 92, 95 and 98 octane unleaded gasoline to NT$23.5 (US$0.73), NT$25 (US$0.77) and NT$27.3 (US$0.85) a liter respectively. [FULL STORY]