Fuel prices increase in Dominica

Dominican motorists now have to dig a little deeper into their pockets as the price of fuel has increased.

According to reports from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Business, Trade and Energy, effective today Monday, April 15, 2024, the price of gasoline has increased from $15.62 per gallon to $16.34 per gallon.

Diesel has increased from $14.17 per gallon to  $14.87 per gallon.

Meanwhile, the retail price for kerosene will be $12.10 per gallon, while the wholesale price will be $11.62 per gallon.

The list of new prices is attached below:

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  1. Skerro
    April 15, 2024

    are people pay check going up my my suck salt we done

  2. Ibo France
    April 15, 2024

    Dominicans residing on island are unique. They have been pauperized, dispossessed, persecuted, disparaged, marginalised, terrorized and treated like second class citizens in the land of their birth by this tyrannical regime. Yet, there is a sizeable cult-like set of followers that clings on to this corruptocracy against their best interest.

    Gasoline gone up; diesel gone up; kerosene gone up; electricity gone up; water gone up; business taxes and fees gone up; the only thing that is not going up is people’s take home pay. More people have slid below the poverty line being reduced to beggary.

    There is no outrage. I guess Dominicans like it so. They have resigned themselves to be beggars from cradle to grave.

  3. dissident
    April 15, 2024

    Skerrit say IMF tell him our economy is doing magnificent……….these are de results with more to come.
    Skerrit will not hold de mike and make such an announcement to de public with a grin on his face……and no dimples.
    Dowasco and Domlec too?

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