Gas prices to go up by almost 7% on Saturday night

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 29, 2009 16:27

 
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Gas prices are set to rise by almost seven percent Saturday night, following the hike in prices across Europe. A liter of 95 octane will cost NIS 5.08 at a self-service station, while 96 octane will cost NIS 5.10 per liter. As of February 2 the price of 96 octane gasoline will no longer be under government supervision.

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