Petrol cost to hit Sh130 as Treasury seeks to keep IMF happy

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A motorist fueling at a KenolKobil station. PHOTO | FILENairobi motorists will pay a record Sh130.15 per litre of petrol or about Sh17.9 more beginning next month when petroleum products start attracting 16 per cent value added tax (VAT). Treasury principal secretary Kamau Thugge on Thursday confirmed in which petroleum products will start attracting the tax on September 1 in line with Kenya’s promise toMore

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Petrol cost to hit Sh130 as Treasury seeks to keep IMF happy

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