Energy Minister Franklin Khan speaking at the re-opening of the Omera NP Service Station in Arima touched on the topic of fuel pricing affecting stakeholders, saying there have been calls for increases in the wholesale and retail price margin of liquid fuel and as such a 5 cents per litre increase has been granted for service stations that will not affect the consumer as the government has taken on the costs.

Nicholas Lutchmansingh has more.

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