Kenya Increases Gasoline Prices by 6% From Sept. 15 in Capital


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(Bloomberg) — Kenya increased gasoline prices by 6% in the capital, Nairobi, for the month starting Sept. 15, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority announced on Tuesday.

A liter of gasoline will retail at 134.72 shillings per liter in Nairobi. Diesel prices increased 7.4% to 115.6 shillings a liter, while the cost of kerosene climbed 13.3% to 110.82 shillings for the same measure.

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