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YPF: fuels rose 6% due to increased taxes and biofuel prices

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YPF increased the price of its gasoline and diesel at all its service stations in the country.

The YPF company increased this Saturday an average of 6% gasoline and diesel in all its service stations in the country based on the evolution of the variables that affect the formation of fuel prices.

The adjustment includes compensation for the increase in taxes on IDC and ICL fuels and the increases in the prices of biofuels, company sources explained to Télam.

In this way, the liter of super gasoline in the city of Buenos Aires is located at $138.20; Infinity, $169.20; Diesel 500, $145.70; and Infinia Diesel at $198.50, the same sources specified.

From YPF they assured that it will continue to carry out productive and logistical efforts to sustain supply in the national marketal, of which it is the leader with 55%, in a context of sustained historical demand records.

They also noted that monitoring will continue on the evolution of the variables that influence the formation of prices, contemplating the particularities of the macroeconomic context of the country and the international reality.

The last increase had been registered on August 22 when the companies coincided in an average percentage of 7.5%.

Last night, Raizen Argentina, licensee of the Shell brand, had informed its adherence to the adjustment of 6% average country, to which Axion could also join.



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