Barbadians will be paying more for gasoline and kerosene, but less for diesel and liquefied petroleum gas, (LPG) effective midnight Sunday.
Gasoline will retail at $3.91 per litre, up from $3.88, an increase of three cents.
Kerosene will rise from $1.47 per litre, to $1.46, an increase of one cent.
The price of diesel will drop by one cent, moving from $3.15 to $3.14.
Meanwhile, the retail prices of LPG will fall from Bds$154.34 to $143.28 per 100 lb cylinder, a saving of $11.06.
The 25lb cylinder moves from $43.69 to $40.92, a decrease of $2.77.
The retail price of the 22lb cylinder drops from $38.61 to $36.18, a reduction of $2.43, while the 20lb cylinder moves from $35.10 to $32.89, down $2.21. (BGIS)
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