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Gasoline prices continue steady rise

Gasoline prices have been soaring over the past two months. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)

BEIRUT: Gasoline prices in Lebanon continued their steady rise for the eighth week in a row Wednesday.

According to the weekly price update by the Energy and Water Ministry, the 95 octane fuel rose by LL300, selling at LL34,100 while the 98 octane rose LL200, selling at LL34,700.

The price of diesel oil increased by LL300 and now sells at LL26,900.

Kerosene and fuel oil were also up by LL200, selling at LL29,100 and LL26,800 respectively.

All prices are per 20 liters.

 

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