Lebanon raises gasoline prices amidst crisis

Lebanon on Wednesday raised domestic petrol prices for the second time in as many weeks, a document seen by Reuters showed.

The new price of 98-octane gasoline to consumers will be 209,300 Lebanese pounds, or around $15 at the street exchange rate, for 20 liters of fuel. The price of 95-octane was set at 202,400 Lebanese pounds.

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