- Photo via Total Costa Rica gas station -
Published on Monday, May 8, 2023
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff
The Public Services Regulatory Authority, Aresep, which is the public organization in charge of setting the price of public services, approved a reduction of ₡20 colones (about 3 U.S. cents) in gasoline prices .
According to the Costa Rican Oil Refinery, Recope, which is the public organization in charge of importing, distributing and calculating the price of fuels, the decreased price is over a slight reduction in the dollar exchange rate from ¢553 colones per $1 in March to ¢542 colones in April.
The new prices will be as follows:
gasoline decreased to ₡740 colones per
liter, about $1.35.
Gasoline Plus 91 (regular) decreased to
₡710 colones per liter, about $1.30.
• Diesel decreased to ₡637 colones per liter, about $1.15.
It is expected that Aresep will publish the new fuel rates in the official government newspaper La Gaceta this week.
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