Prices of basic food products, gasoline on the rise

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July 1, 2009 07:56

 
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Prices of basic food products rose by 1 percent Wednesday, following the rise of value added tax (VAT) to 16.5%, Army Radio reported. Meanwhile, gas prices were also on the rise, with motorists expected to pay 21 more agorot per liter of fuel.

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