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South Africa Cuts Gasoline Price 3% as Crude Oil Prices Fell

July 01, 2011

July 1 (Bloomberg) -- South Africa’s gasoline price will decline about 3 percent on July 6 as international oil prices fell, the Department of Energy said.

Gasoline will drop as much as 33 cents a liter to 9.92 rand in Gauteng province, the Pretoria-based department said in an e- mailed statement today. Diesel will fall as much as 12 cents a liter.

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