UAE fuel prices go up in July

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Motorists will have to pay more at the pumps in July, as fuel prices rise for the second consecutive month.

From July 1, Super 98 petrol will cost AED 4.63 per litre, which is an increase of 48 fils. 

Meanwhile, Special 95 will be priced at AED 4.52, up by 49 fils per litre, and E-plus will cost AED 4.44. 

The price of diesel will also go up, from AED 4.14 to AED 4.76 per litre.

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