Thursday 30 June 2022

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Q COSTA RICA NEWS – After being stalled for several weeks, the two pending request for a reduction in fuel prices was approved by the he Public Services Regulatory Authority (Aresep) on Monday.

Once published in La Gaceta before the end of this week, the prices at the pumps will drop ¢19 colones per litre of super gasoline, ¢30 per litre of regular gasoline and ¢41 for a litre of diesel fuel.

The change will see the final price from the current ¢581 colones to ¢562 colones per litre of super; regular drop from ¢555 to ¢525; and diesel from ¢468 to ¢427.

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