The announcement of the rise in fuel

The price of gasoline, diesel oil and gas does not rise

After two consecutive monthly drops (of 3 pesos each), the Executive Branch resolved “to maintain fuel rates in November, despite the fact that the international evolution that reflects the Import Parity Price (PPI) indicated an increase”, indicates the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining (MIEM).

“According to the indicator released monthly by the Energy and Water Services Regulatory Unit (Ursea), the price of Super 95 gasoline should increase by $2.8 per liter, while Diesel 50S should increase by $4.9 per liter. to align with import parity values.”

The MIEM indicates that “the decision is based on the government’s commitment to continue leveraging economic recovery and minimizing the impact of the escalation in energy prices on production chains.”
Similarly, supergas will continue at the current price, significantly lower than the international market.

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