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Fuel prices continue to decline

Workers operate equipment at a gas station in Beirut, Lebanon. (The Daily Star)

BEIRUT: Gasoline and fuel prices continued their decline Wednesday with the 98-octane graded fuel going down by LL600 and settling at LL32,100, and the 95-octane graded fuel dropping by LL500 and settling at LL31,500, according to the Energy Ministry’s weekly price schedule.

Diesel oil also declined by LL300 and is now sold at LL24,200. Fuel oil is now priced at LL23,900. Kerosene gas fell by LL200 and is now priced at LL25,700.

All prices are per 20 liters.

 

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