ECONOMY

Bahrain raises gasoline prices

Drivers wait in line to fill their vehicles at a petrol station in Budaiya, Bahrain, January 11, 2016. (Reuters)

Bahrain raised gasoline prices on Monday to bring them closer to international levels, state news agency BNA reported, quoting the National Oil and Gas Authority.

Octane 91 sold for 140 fils (37 U.S. cents) a litre, up from 125 fils, while Octane 95 sold for 200 fils, up from 160 fils. Prices will remain among the lowest in the world.

 

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Last Update: Monday, 8 January 2018 KSA 19:34 - GMT 16:34
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