Gasoline prices continue to fall

Fuel prices are displayed on the board at a gas station in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, March 27, 2012. (The Daily Star/Grace Kassab)

BEIRUT: Gasoline prices continued to fall Tuesday, following weeks of often sharp increases.

The price of gasoline dropped by LL300 for both the 95 and 98-octane-graded fuels. The 95-octane-graded fuel now costs LL36,400 while the 98-octane-graded fuel costs LL37,000, according to the weekly price list released by the Energy and Water Ministry.

The price of fuel oil and kerosene gas also inched down LL200, and now cost LL27,900 and LL30,600 respectively.

Diesel oil saw a slight drop, selling at LL28,500, down by just LL100 from last week.

All prices are per 20 liters.





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