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Premium Gasoline will sell at RD $ 205.50 per gallon

Santo Domingo, RD.- The Ministry of Industry and Commerce ordered increases in the prices of most fuels for the week of August 1 to 7.

The increase occurs according to the institution, due to the behavior of petroleum distillates internationally.

Related content: Fuels will rise between RD $ 2.20 and RD $ 6.70

Fuels will be marketed at the following prices:

  • Premium Gasoline will sell at RD $ 205.50 per gallon, it will go up RD $ 0.30 per gallon.
  • Regular Gasoline will be sold at RD $ 195.20 per gallon, it will increase RD $ 0.40 per gallon.
  • Regular Diesel will sell at RD $ 149.80 per gallon, it will go up RD $ 0.50 per gallon.
  • Optimal Diesel will sell at RD $ 164.60 per gallon, for an increase of RD $ 0.40 per gallon.
  • Avtur will sell at RD $ 117.60 per gallon, it will increase RD $ 1.20 per gallon.
  • Kerosene will sell for RD $ 141.80 per gallon, it will go up RD $ 1.50 per gallon.
  • Fuel Oil # 6 maintains its price of RD $ 101.00 per gallon.
  • Fuel Oil 1% S will be sold at RD $ 110.00 per gallon, it will increase RD $ 0.30 per gallon.
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) will be sold at RD $ 111.20 / gl, it will increase RD $ 1.10 per gallon.
  • Gas Natural will maintain its price of RD $ 28.97 per cubic meter.

The average exchange rate is RD$58.40 according to a survey carried out by the Central Bank.

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