Dramatic are the news for the car drivers who will soon find out the price of petrol will get worse if Woolworths sells its 527 petrol stations in Australia to the famous multinational Bp. The economic analysts say that if this happens the competitions will be reduced and the prices of petrol will increase a lot. The selling amount increst is $1.8b. The managers of the chain said they need this capital so they can can face Coles and the German company Aldi. The most important role in this sale has the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The Commision will hear the concerns of the market for the increase of the price or they will agree with Woolworths and BP?