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Shell Drops Prices By 10 Cents Per Litre

Shell New Zealand today announced it would drop prices on both grades of petrol, and diesel, by 10 cents a litre, until midnight tonight (Friday).

Shell New Zealand Retail Manager Bruce Emson said Shell was pleased to bring this price reduction to its customers.

"Shell is determined to bring the lowest possible prices to its customers,"Mr Emson said.

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