Gas prices to rise again on Thursday night

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May 30, 2007 17:05

 
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Gasoline prices will rise again on Thursday, June 1 at midnight, the National Infrastructures Ministry announced on Wednesday. A liter of 95 octane will go up to NIS 6.07 per liter,a 1.34% increase from last month, while 96 octane will cost NIS 6.08, a 1.33% rise from last month. In Eilat, 95 octane will cost NIS 5.27, and 96 octane will cost NIS 5.28. The prices rose 1.35% and 1.34% respectiviely from last month. Prices refer to self-service refueling.

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