UAE fuel prices to go up in August

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Motorists will have to pay more at the pumps in August, as fuel prices continue to rise for the second month in a row.

Starting August 1, Super 98 petrol will cost AED 3.14 per litre compared to AED 3 in July.

Special 95 will go up from AED 2.89 per litre to AED 3.02, while E-Plus 91 will cost AED 2.95 compared to AED 2.81 last month.

Meanwhile, the price of diesel will go up from AED 2.76 to AED 2.95 a litre.

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