Fuel prices going up when new rates published

Motor fuel is going up again. The Authoridad Reguladora de Servicios Públicos said that super gasoline will go to 621 colons ($1.24) per liter, an increase of 13 colons. Plus gasoline is going to 605 colons ($1.21), an increase of 15 colons. Diesel goes up 17 colons to 544 colons ($1.09), the agency said.

The new rates will go into effect when the edict from the agency is published in the La Gaceta official newspaper. That is expected to be Monday.

The rates will bring the price of fuel in Costa Rica to $4.70 for a U.S. gallon of super, $4.58 for plus and $4.12 for diesel.

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