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Oil firms demand subsidy for petrol losses

Press Trust Of India  |  New Delhi 

With losses on sale of petrol climbing to over Rs 7 a litre, state-owned have asked the government to either provide subsidy on the fuel or reduce excise duty. The current of Rs 65.64 per litre in Delhi is short of actual cost by Rs 8.60 a litre.

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Oil firms demand subsidy for petrol losses

With losses on sale of petrol climbing to over Rs 7 a litre, state-owned oil firms have asked the government to either provide subsidy on the fuel or reduce excise duty. The current retail selling price of Rs 65.64 per litre in Delhi is short of actual cost by Rs 8.60 a litre.

With losses on sale of petrol climbing to over Rs 7 a litre, state-owned have asked the government to either provide subsidy on the fuel or reduce excise duty. The current of Rs 65.64 per litre in Delhi is short of actual cost by Rs 8.60 a litre.

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