Only in Nicaragua fuel prices continue to grow

The price of regular and super gasoline went up yesterday, while in the rest of the Central American countries they have had a significant decline.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Between Wednesday, September 3, and yesterday, Sunday the 7th, the price of fuel has gone down in Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Nicaraguan economics expert, Roger Cerda, explained that this particular behavior in Nicaragua which regard to the rest of Central America, is because while in those countries the petroleum sector receives a subsidy, that is not the case in Nicaragua.

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Gas Prices in Central America

September 2013

Prices of a gallon of Super gasoline: Costa Rica $5.60, Nicaragua $4.86, Honduras $4.78, Guatemala $4.44, El Salvador $4.42, Panama $4.37.

A report has been released on the average consumer prices for Gasoline and Diesel in Central America, in force in the week of 15 to 21 of September 2013, based on official prices and monitoring or surveys carried out by the various DGs of Hydrocarbons or equivalent in the capital of each Central American country.

Gas Prices in Central America

March 2011

The Gallon of premium gasoline: Costa Rica has the highest price: $ 4.54, followed by Nicaragua with $ 4.28, Honduras $ 4.16, Guatemala 3.97, El Salvador $ 3.92 and Panama $ 3.45.

Report on average consumer prices for Gasoline and Diesel in Central America, for the week of January 30 through February 5, 2011, based on official prices and monitoring done by various Departments in the capital of each Central American country.

Fifth consecutive rise in fuel prices in Nicaragua

June 2008

Gasoline and diesel prices increased again on the weekend, for the fifth consecutive week in Nicaragua.

The price of high-grade gasoline went up from 5.01 dollars a gallon to 5.21, while regular gas rose from 4.96 to 5.16 dollars. Diesel fuel prices also went up, from 4.92 dollars a gallon to 5.13.

Fuel prices continue to rise in Nicaragua

April 2008

Fuel prices continue their upward trend in Nicaragua, reflecting the rising prices of petroleum in international markets.

On Sunday the price of a liter of diesel fuel increased from 21.95 córdobas (1.15 dollars) to 22.65 córdobas (1.19 dollars), rising for the second consecutive week.

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