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    Possible options:- Hyderabad and other cities may face higher petrol and diesel prices due to OPEC’s output reduction- OPEC’s production cut could lead to increased fuel costs in Hyderabad and other urban areas- Impact of OPEC’s output decrease: potential rise in petrol and diesel rates across Hyderabad and other cities

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    The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) recently announced a reduction in its oil production, which could lead to an increase in fuel prices in Hyderabad and other urban areas. As a result, consumers may have to pay more for petrol and diesel, which could have a significant impact on their daily lives.

    OPEC is a group of 13 oil-producing countries that control a significant portion of the global oil supply. The organization has been in the news lately due to its decision to reduce oil production by 1 million barrels per day in February and March 2021. This move is aimed at supporting global oil prices, which have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    The impact of this production cut is likely to be felt in Hyderabad and other cities, where petrol and diesel prices are already high. In India, fuel prices are largely determined by international crude oil prices, which are influenced by OPEC’s production decisions. Therefore, any reduction in OPEC’s output could lead to an increase in fuel prices in India.

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    According to experts, the reduction in OPEC’s oil production could lead to a rise of around Rs. 3-4 per litre in petrol and diesel prices in India. This increase may not seem significant, but it can have a cascading effect on the economy, leading to higher transportation costs, increased inflation, and reduced consumer spending.

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    Moreover, the impact of rising fuel prices is likely to be felt more acutely by low-income households, who spend a larger proportion of their income on transportation and basic necessities. This could lead to increased inequality and social unrest, which could have wider implications for the country.

    To mitigate the impact of rising fuel prices, the Indian government has several options. It can reduce taxes on petrol and diesel, which would lower the retail price of fuel. It can also encourage the use of alternative fuels such as electric vehicles, which would reduce the country’s dependence on imported oil.

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    In conclusion, OPEC’s decision to reduce oil production is likely to lead to an increase in fuel prices in Hyderabad and other urban areas. This could have significant implications for the economy and society, particularly for low-income households. The Indian government must take proactive measures to mitigate the impact of rising fuel prices and promote sustainable energy solutions.

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    Rajesh M
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