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Dollar goes down but gasoline continues to be expensive 

Norma Zuniga | Reforma | 4 April 2017

To access the full article in Spanish please, click here.

Jesus Berumen, PA Mexico energy expert, is quoted in an article in Reforma. The article discusses the rise and fall of the dollar and the international benchmarks that are not fully reflected in the price of gasoline in Mexico.

Jesus explains: “A factor that has influenced gasoline prices is that refineries in United States are in a maintenance process. That makes gasoline increase its price because the availability of the product is restricted.”

Jesus concludes: The margin of commercialization, in this case, is the vision that can have the gasoline is going to be relevant, how much you want to win by selling a liter of gasoline.

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