Gasoline prices to fall almost 10% from midnight

By YIGAL GRAYEFF
October 30, 2005 22:34

 
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Motorists will have something to cheer about from midnight on Tuesday when gasoline prices will fall almost 10%. The Ministry of Infrastructure said on Sunday that 95 Octane would fall 9.8% to NIS 5.52 a liter and that 96 Octane would fall 9.9% to NIS 5.56 a liter. The cost of using a gas station attendant to refuel is 11 agarot per liter, including Value Added Tax. In Eilat the price of Octane 95 will drop 9.9% to NIS 4.75 a liter and the price of Octane 96 will fall 10% to NIS 4.78. The cost of the service is 10 agarot a liter.



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