Fuel prices set new record high in Nicaragua
For the third straight week, fuel prices in Nicaragua have set new record highs, according to market reports.
Monday, April 28, 2008
Top-grade gasoline now retails for more 24 córdobas (US$1.25) a liter, while some outlets were selling regular grade at 23.43 córdobas last weekend.
Bus fares in Costa Rica will be raised Monday ahead of fuel-price increases set for the following day, the public-service regulator, Aresep, reported.
Bus operators could launch a new stoppage later this week if they do not reach agreement with the government over fare increases and other measures.
El Salvador's public works minister, Jorge Nieto, will try to find a solution today with representatives of various public transport companies that will end a crisis caused by high fuel prices.
A second increase in electricity tariffs programmed for the end of this month will bring to 50 percent the increase in bills paid by Honduran consumers.
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