Gasoline prices in Brazil will fall at least R$2, says Bolsonaro

President spoke to journalists upon arrival in Rio; this Sunday (24), he will make official his candidacy for reelection.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Saturday (23) that his government wants to reduce the price of gasoline by at least R$2 (US$ 0.37 per liter or US$1.35 per gallon). He made the statement upon arrival in Rio de Janeiro, where he will make official his candidacy for reelection.

"The question of fuel has had an effect. We understand that R$2, at least, is our target to reduce gasoline prices. In the same line, we have ethanol, which is strengthened by our project that became the law of direct sale from the mill to the . . .

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