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Petrol - 53 Cents Per Litre

24.8.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has dismissed as laughable, claims by the Government that tax has had no impact on rising petrol prices. Read more of Petrol - 53 Cents Per Litre

Petrol Prices Rise in July Despite Fall in World Oil Prices

15.8.2000

In releasing the latest monthly petrol price monitoring for July, the Australian Automobile Association has expressed disappointment that the Treasurer and the ACCC have not investigated petrol price rises. The latest monitoring shows that despite a fall in world oil prices of $1 (US) per barrel between June and July, the average July retail price in capital cities rose by around 4 cents per litre. Read more of Petrol Prices Rise in July Despite Fall in World Oil Prices

AAA Renews Calls for Freeze on Indexation of Petrol

26.7.2000

Following the release of the latest CPI figures showing an inflation rate of 1.7% for the first six months of 2000, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has renewed calls on the Government to freeze excise on petrol. Read more of AAA Renews Calls for Freeze on Indexation of Petrol

AAA Calls for Random Fuel Quality Testing at Service Stations

17.7.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has today called on State and Territory Fair Trading and Consumer Affairs Ministers to urgently implement random service station forecourt fuel testing. Read more of AAA Calls for Random Fuel Quality Testing at Service Stations

Petrol Price Spiral Continues in June

13.7.2000

The June AAA survey of monthly petrol prices has revealed a continuing climb in prices throughout the nation. While most capital city prices rose by between one and two cents per litre during the month, regional prices in most areas rose by substantially more. Read more of Petrol Price Spiral Continues in June

Latest Econtech Model Shows Petrol Prices Will Rise By 2 Cents/Litre

30.6.2000

Following the implementation of the New Tax System (NTS), Econtech, the company which prepared the Shopping Guide for the ACCC, has released a revised report which shows petrol prices will rise almost 2 cents/litre. Read more of Latest Econtech Model Shows Petrol Prices Will Rise By 2 Cents/Litre