THERE was no significant change in fuel prices in the domestic market during the week between 17 and 23 June, local retailers said.
According to filling stations, a litre of 95 Octane was sold for around K885 in the Yangon’s retail market on 23 June, while a litre of 92 Octane was priced at K795. Diesel was sold at K905 and premium diesel at K915.
Yangon saw a slight increase in price of fuels starting 21 June compared with prices on 17 June when a litre of 95 Octane was sold at around K785 in the Yangon’s retail market, whereas 92 Octane was priced at K875 per litre, diesel at K895 and premium diesel at K905.
Fuel prices are slightly different in the regions and states. A litre of 95 Octane was sold for about K915-K920 in Bago, K925-K930 in Nay Pyi Taw, K945-K1,005 in Mandalay, K950-K965 in Magway, K950-K960 in Sagaing, around K990 in Kayah State, and K955-K995 in Shan State.
Also, premium diesel was priced at K940-K985 in Bago, K970-K975 in Nay Pyi Taw, K945-K1,015 in Mandalay, K985-K995 in Magway, K950-K960 in Sagaing, around K1,000 in Kayah State, and K990-K1,035 in Shan State.