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Gasoline prices to fall over NIS 1 per liter Sun night

The selling price of a barrel of oil has fallen 7% around the past thirty day period and the Ministry of Finance is making a next NIS .50 per liter slash in excise.

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Gasoline charges in Israel will drop sharply on Sunday evening at midnight August 1, 2022. The most value of authorities cost managed 95 octane gasoline at self-assistance pumps in Israel will tumble from NIS 8.08 per liter to NIS 7, and even reduce. In just one fell swoop, the selling price of a tank of gasoline for the regular car or truck in Israel will fall by NIS 50.

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The sharp slide is for two factors. For starters, the price of a barrel of oil has fallen 7% over the past thirty day period. Next, Minister of Finance Avigdor Liberman has announced that excise on a liter of gasoline will be cut by NIS .50, briefly right up until the end of August. In April excise was cut by NIS .50 per liter so that through August drivers will benefit from a NIS 1 per liter slash on excise.

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The slice in excise was only approved after Liberman was able to encourage the Legal professional Standard that this is not about election economics but fairly alleviating the cost increase in oil given that the Russia-Ukraine war started.

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Ministry of Finance officials were being also not keen to slash excise at a time when oil charges have started to slide soon after US president Joe Biden visited Saudi Arabia before this month and persuaded them to improve oil output. But Liberman prevailed and the excise cuts will charge the state coffers an estimated NIS 354 million in August.

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Posted by Globes, Israel business news – en.globes.co.il – on July 28 2022.

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