Argentina increases the sale price of fuels by 9%

In the middle of last March, fuels had already increased by 9.5% in the South American country, while in February another rise of 9% was established.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina is experiencing a strong acceleration of the inflationary rhythm: prices experienced an interannual advance of 55.1% in March.

The oil company YPF, controlled by the Argentine State, announced on Monday that it will increase the sale price of its basic fuels by an average of 9%, the second rise in less than two months, company sources reported.

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YPF, the largest producer and marketer of hydrocarbons in Argentina, explained in a statement that this . . .

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