The Sudanese government officially approved liberalized fuel prices, with an increase of more than 400% over the previous price.
In a press conference, the Minister of Energy and Mining-designate Khairy Abdel Rahman Khairy announced the start of liberalizing fuel prices (gasoline and gasoline) as of Tuesday evening. He said that the price of a liter of imported gasoline was set at 120 pounds, while the old price was 28 pounds per liter, while a liter of imported gasoline increased from 23 pounds to 106 pounds.
The German agency quoted Abdel-Rahman as saying that the new prices were approved by a ministerial decision issued by the Finance Ministry based on the revised budget for the year 2020, which was approved by the joint meeting of the Sovereignty Council and the Council of Ministers last August.
The minister emphasized that the new prices of gasoline and gasoline will be subject to weekly review by a joint committee whose members include representatives of importers and finance, and that “the new price depends on the global price, down and up.”
And he considered that the consequences of the new prices “are in the interest of the country and the citizen,” such as an abundance of markets and an end to suffering.
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