Gasoline increased an average of 30% since January in Brazil

The fuel sold at Brazilian gas stations for an average of R$6.237 (US$1.17) in the first days of this month, but cost an average of R$4.816 at the pumps in January.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The average price of gasoline is 30% more expensive for drivers in the early days of September when compared to the lowest average registered in the year, in January. This is shown by the Ticket Log Price Index (IPTL), Edenred's fleet management and mobility solutions brand.

The fuel sold at Brazilian gas stations for an average of R$6.237 (US$1.17) in the first days of this month, but cost an average of R$4.816 at the pumps in January. In the same period the price of ethanol rose 42%, reaching an . . .

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