Significant drop in fuel prices expected

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 30, 2010 18:14

 
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Fuel prices were expected to drop by 5.1 percent on Monday, with one liter of 95-octane fuel costing NIS 6.35.

A significant drop in fuel prices was noted around the globe on Sunday.

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