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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Gasoline prices in Korea have risen sharply because of the sanctions


The tightening of international sanctions against North Korea led to a sharp increase in petrol prices in the country, reports the South Korean Agency Yonhap.

“According to our information, the price of oil in the DPRK are growing. The cost of gasoline has tripled compared to the beginning of the year”, – quotes Agency the words of the official of the unification Ministry of the Republic of Korea.

Per liter of fuel in North Korea will have to pay about $5,1.

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