Gasoline price decreased in Haiti, but is this low enough?

Following pressure from the unions with a threat of major public strike, the government of Martelly has decided to decrease fuel price.


Following negotiations with several union groups, the Ministry of Economy and Finances has made the following revision in the price of petroleum:

- Gasoline 95 went down in price by 7.5%, from 215 to 210 gourdes (-15 gourdes)

- Diesel fuel down 9.27%, from 177 to 167 gourdes (-15 gourdes)

- Kerosene, down 6.3%, from 171 to 161 (-10 gourdes)

These new prices will be effective on Monday, February 2, 2015.

Kreyol pale, Kreyol kompran.

Apre anpil bri moun yo fe __ pou pri gas la ki desan sou mache international la min ki pa janm desan an Ayiti, Gouvenman-an decide pou li retire yon ti bagay nan pri-a.

Kestion pou nou poze-a, pou jan li desan sou mache international la, eske Gouvenman-an retire ase nan pri-a?

Ki sa ou panse?

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