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Mobil drops pump price of diesel

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8 November 2000

Mobil drops pump price of diesel

Mobil is glad to advise that the pump price of diesel at Mobil company-operated service stations is falling further in response to a reduction in base product costs.

Mobil has already lowered the pump price of diesel by varying amounts in different regions over the past few days and the latest reduction will take the pump price of diesel to an average of 86.9 cents per litre in major cities.

Mobil will always remain price competitive in the marketplace and advises motorists to keep an eye on the price boards at Mobil service stations for the latest price information.


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