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Motorists will be paying less for petroleum products, effective midnight, Sunday, November 1, as the retail prices of gasoline and diesel will decrease.  There will also be a reduction in the price of kerosene.

Gasoline will now be retailed at $3.31 per litre, a decrease of five cents; the price of diesel will drop by 14 cents and will be sold at $2.53 per litre.  The price of kerosene will be 89 cents per litre, a reduction of one cent.

These price adjustments are in keeping with Government’s policy of allowing retail prices to be reflective of those on the international market.

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