In Poll Season, Will Centre Absorb Oil Shock?

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  • Published On: April 30, 2019
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India's oil shock kicks in on Wednesday when the cheaper supply from Iran stops due to sanctions by the US. But in the election season, would the government absorb that shock and not raise petrol and diesel prices? Here's a ground report on fuel rates in the last one year and the road ahead that experts see for fuel prices in India.

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