Fuel prices have fluctuated substantially throughout 2022. The barrel price in New York opened the year at US$75.21 and closed yesterday at US$88.87 -an accumulated increase of 18.8%- and reached US$130 and US$123 in March and June, respectively.
To avoid the upheaval in consumers' pockets, the governments of the Central American region and the Dominican Republic resorted to measures such as price freezes.
Most countries implemented them between March and April; some have . . .
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