Bangchak to slash fuel prices by B1.50 on Oct 26 as tribute to late King Rama IX
Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited will lower the prices of all kinds of fuel by 1.50 baht per litre for one day on Oct 26, the royal cremation day of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Chaiwat Kovavisarach, president and chief executive officer of Bangchak Plc, said on Oct 9 that the price cut is intended to reduce expenses of people travelling to join the royal cremation ceremony of the late King on Oct 26.
On Oct 26, pump prices of all kinds of fuel at all Bangchak stations nationwide will be slashed by 1.50 baht per litre for the special occasion, he said.
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