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Gasoline breaks US$1.50 barrier for the first time in Brazil – ANP

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The maximum price of gasoline sold at service stations in Brazil broke the R$8 (US$1.50) barrier for the first time this week, according to data from the National Petroleum Agency (ANP).

The maximum price found this week was R$8.029 in Rio de Janeiro - the highest reached last week was R$7.99. In Minas Gerais, the highest price reached R$7.698.

Paraná comes in third, with a maximum price of R$7.660. In Acre, a liter reached R$7.60. Next comes Bahia, with the highest price in the . . .

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