Lanka IOC responds to reports of price increase

Lanka IOC responds to reports of price increase

May 18, 2022   07:31 pm

Lanka IOC says that certain messages being circulated alleging that it has increased fuel prices with effect from May 18 are completely false. 

The company said there is no increase LIOC fuel prices as claimed by certain messages circulating in various social media platforms. 

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