Petroleum bill for the Isthmus increased 42.8% in 2008
The bill for the Central American Isthmus will increase to 42.8% at the end of this year compared to 2007, according to data from Cepal.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
In 2008 the figure will be $12.25 billion, while last year it was $8.6 billion, according to the analysis.
The total purchases came to $ 7,467.6 million, 5.4% higher than in 2008.
At the end of August 2015 production was 2.4 million barrels, 2.5% less than in the same month in 2014, mainly because of lower investment on the part of operators.
The Central Bank considers that its inflation goals could be difficult to achieve with oil above $94 per barrel.
The new government will continue with the price cap system implemented in September 2008 to regulate fuel prices.
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