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DNAHM53515 | 4/3/2012 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :363 | Business & Economy

Amul milk prices to go up by `1-2 per litre this month

The heat is truly on! First it was AC, mobiles and refrigerators, then edible oil and vegetables, followed by CNG and PNG a few days back. If you still had the bucks to soak in hikes in these commodities and services after they became dearer from April 1, brace up to get milked more as GCMMF, which promotes Amul brand is all set to raise the prices of milk by Re1-2 per litre across all brands.
The revised prices, to be implemented later this month, will mean that milk sold at around Rs36 per litre will now cost you Rs38 per litre before the month ends.
However, only silver lining in this step is that Amul has decided to increase the milk prices by only up to 7% against the 22% hike in last two years. Explaining the hike, RS S
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