Price hikes and provinces already rationing diesel in Argentina

There is a limit to filling up with less than 20 liters per vehicle in most provinces.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The diesel shortage is widespread in Argentina, and many provinces are already rationing the fuel.

Prices have skyrocketed, and distribution problems are affecting 19 of the country's 24 provinces, according to the Argentine Federation of Business Entities of Cargo Transport (Fadeeac).

Fadeeac's study also shows that prices have skyrocketed. In some places, a liter of fuel can cost as much as ARS 250 (US$2.07), considering the official dollar exchange . . .

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