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Shell drops fuel prices again

SHELL NEW ZEALAND

31 October 2001
Media Statement
For Immediate Release


Shell drops fuel prices again


Shell New Zealand announced a drop in the price of petrol and diesel, by up to two cents a litre, effective immediately, across the country.

Shell Retail Manager Bruce Emson said the reduction was a continuation of Shell’s drive to ensure Shell customers get the best possible fuel prices.

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