S.Korea raises domestic diesel fuel tax 7.5 pct

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SEOUL, June 1 (Reuters) - South Korea will raise the domestic diesel fuel tax to 57 cents a litre from the current 53 cents, an increase of 7.5 percent, starting on July 1, the finance ministry said on Friday. But the gasoline fuel tax will stay at the current level of 80 cents, the ministry said.

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