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MOL to raise petrol, diesel prices from Wednesday

Telco

Hungarian oil and gas company MOL on Monday said it will raise its per-litre wholesale petrol and diesel prices by HUF 7 and HUF 2, respectively, from Wednesday, industry insiders said on Monday.

The changes will bring prices at the pump to about HUF 425 per litre of petrol and HUF 428 per litre of diesel. MOL last changed is vehicle fuel prices a week earlier, lowering the price of petrol by HUF 2 per litre, but leaving the price of diesel unchanged.

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