Prices of gas to drop by nearly 4% on Thursday

A liter of 95- octane unleaded gasoline will cost NIS 5.80, while a liter of 96- will cost NIS 5.82

By MATTHEW KRIEGER, JPOST STAFF
July 30, 2007 11:37
Prices of gas to drop by nearly 4% on Thursday

closed gas station 298. (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimski [file])

 
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The price of gasoline will fall Thursday night at midnight, the National Infrastructure Ministry said on Monday. The new prices will be NIS 5.80 for a liter of 95- octane unleaded gasoline, down 3.97% in relation to August, and NIS 5.82 for a liter of 96-octane gasoline- down 3.96%. In August, a liter of 95- octane cost consumers NIS 6.04 while a liter of 96- octane cost NIS 6.06.

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