Peru pays the most for gasoline in Latin America -Bloomberg

The gasoline price per gallon reaches PEN 30 (US$8.04) in several districts of Lima.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Gasoline prices have increased worldwide, but one country that suffers the most is Peru. According to a study published by Bloomberg, Peruvians pay the most for this fuel in Latin America.

The U.S. financial advisory company used data from Colombia's Ministry of Finance to determine which country suffers the most from rising gasoline prices in the region, and the result was Peru.

However, this information was contrasted with data from the GlobalPetrolPrice site, which takes 95-octane gasoline as a reference. It showed that Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?