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    There's doubt about the Government's prediction fuel prices could drop by 18 cents

    There's doubt about the Government's prediction fuel prices could drop by 18 cents


    A Commerce Commission report's confirmed Kiwis are paying more at the pump than they should be.

    The Consumer Affairs Minister says opening the market up to more competition should get consumers a better price.

    Waitomo Group managing director Jimmy Ormsby says cost drops won't be huge.

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