PMO, Shama-Cohen to seek ways to stop gas price increase

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February 29, 2012 10:24

 
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PMO director-general attorney Harel Locker was expected to hold a meeting with Knesset Economic Affairs Committee chairman Carmel Shama-Cohen Wednesday morning to discuss possible ways to prevent a scheduled increase in the price of gasoline.

The price of gasoline was set to pass eight shekels per liter overnight Wednesday.

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