Fuel prices continue to rise in Taiwan amid Russia-Ukraine war
Taipei, March 13 (CNA) Fuel prices will rise again in Taiwan in the coming week as the Russia-Ukraine war drives crude oil prices higher, with 95 octane unleaded gasoline set to hit a seven-year-high, according to the nation's state-owned fuel supplier Sunday.
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