Gasoline prices in Israel go up slightly on Saturday night


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The maximum price of 95-octane gasoline under government control in self-service pumps in Israel will increase by 0.02 shekels to 6.06 shekels per liter on Saturday night, May 2. The maximum price of government-controlled gasoline is 95 octane in self-service pumps. The Israeli Ministry of Energy announced that Israel will rise on Saturday evening at midnight on May 2, 2021, by 0.02 shekels to 6.06 shekels per liter. The fee for full service at the pumps for fuel station workers will remain 0.21 shekels. This latest price hike comes after an increase of 0.70 shekels over the past three months. The price of gasoline in Israel rose from a low point at 4.79 NIS in May 2020, during the early stages of the Covid-19 economic crisis. The maximum price of 95-octane gasoline, which is subject to government control, in self-service pumps in Eilat, where there is no value-added tax, will rise by 0.02 shekels to 5.18 shekels on Saturday evening. The fee for full service at the pumps of fuel station workers in Eilat will remain 0.18 shekels. Posted by Globes, Israel business news – en.globes.co.il – April 29, 2021 © Copyright Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd. 2021 Gasoline Photo: Thinkstock


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