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Caltex drops petrol prices

March 22, 2000

Caltex drops petrol prices

Caltex New Zealand Limited has dropped the price of both grades of petrol by one cent a litre from 4pm today.

Diesel also comes down by one cent a litre.

Caltex spokesperson Bruce Hollett said even though there had been little movement in the price of crude oil, Caltex would not let itself be undersold in what was a very competitive market.


Issued by 141 Palace Plus for Caltex New Zealand Limited


Bruce Hollett David Paine
General Manager Sales Senior Writer
Caltex New Zealand Limited 141 Palace Plus
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