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Despite the increase in gasoline prices in recent months, Mexico is not one of the countries with the most expensive fuel in the world, since from January 7 to April 15 it was 20.48 pesos per liter on average, and in the world was 30.41 average pesos.

According to the platform Global Petrol, the nation with the cheapest gasoline is Venezuela, where it was quoted on Monday at 17 cents per liter; followed by Sudan, where it was sold at 2.6 pesos; Iran, 5.83 pesos; Kuwait, 7.06 pesos, while Algeria is in fifth place, with 7.23 pesos per liter.

While the country with the most expensive fuel is Zimbabwe, with a price of 70.01 pesos per liter; followed by Hong Kong, 45.08 pesos; Monaco, 40.48 pesos; Norway, 40.30 pesos; Barbados, 39.08 pesos; Netherlands, 38.98 pesos; Iceland, 38 pesos; Greece, 37.99 pesos; Denmark, 37.7 pesos and Sweden, 37.04 pesos per liter.

According to information from Global Petrol, Mexico is in 60th place among the 164 nations analyzed around the world, after Monday the hydrocarbon quoted an average of 20.72 pesos per liter.


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