Jordan Product Prices Raised In February
Jordan’s pricing committee for petroleum products has announced limited price increases effective 1 February. The committee adjusts prices monthly to reflect price changes in world oil markets. The price of unleaded 90 and 95 octane gasoline rose by 2.6% and 2.1% respectively to JD0.800 ($1.13)/liter and JD0.990 ($1.40)/liter, while that of diesel and kerosene goes up by 3% to JD0.685 ($0.97)/liter (see...
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