Average price per liter regular gasoline Exceeded R $ 7 for the first time in four states Brazilians, refers to a survey conducted by the National Agency for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANNP). The data refer to the week of October 24-30 and show that Biao It was the most expensive fuel in that period with an average price of R$7,143 per liter.
The other three states over $7 are Rio Grande do Norte, with a liter priced at 7.109 R$, Rio de Janeiro (7.041 R$) and Goiás (7,040 R$). In Amapá alone, the average price of a liter of regular gasoline was just under R$6, reaching R$5,578.
Maximum fuel price exceeded R$7 in 15 of the 27 units in the union. The highest value was found in Rio Grande do Sul, with a liter of R$7,889, followed by Rio de Janeiro (R$7,649) and Minas Gerais (R$7,479).
The other states in which the cost of regular gasoline exceeded $7 were Pernambuco (R$7,439), Acre (R$7.3), Bahia, Rio Grande do Norte, Goiás and Piaui (all R$7,299), Tocantins (R$7,279), And Mato Grosso. (7.23 R$), Barra (7.25 R$), Federal District (7.199 R$), Alagoas (7.198 R$) and Ceara (7.19 R$). The only unit in the federation with a value of less than R$6 was also the Amapá (5,790 R$).
It was the ninth week in a row that the average price of regular gasoline in the country exceeded $6. In the week of October 24-30, the value was R$6,562.
By region, the Midwest has the most expensive average value in Brazil, with a liter selling on average at R$6,786. In second place, the Northeast (6,641 SAR), followed by the South (6,546 SAR), the Southeast (6,546 SAR) and the North (6,443 SAR).
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After the recent increase in refineries, the average price Gasoline is up 3.16%. At gas and diesel stations, 4.58% per week between October 24-30, according to a survey by the National Ports Agency.
The average prices rose from R$6,361 to R$6,562 and from R$4,983 to R$5.211 per liter, respectively. The maximum value of gasoline reached R$7,889 in Rio Grande do Sul.
Last Tuesday (26th), Petrobras allowed its refineries to increase by 7.05% for gasoline and 9.15% for diesel. With this adjustment, the increase in the price of gasoline at refineries has led to the accumulation of an increase of 74% and that of diesel 65% this year.
Measures to stem rising fuel prices, which have been behind soaring inflation in the country, are now a top priority for the federal government. Friday (29) The National Fiscal Policy Council (Confaz) announced a 90-day ICMS (Commodity Trading and Services Tax) value freeze on fuel.
According to the federal government, the decision by the group aims to “cooperate while maintaining prices at the values in force from November 1, 2021 until January 31, 2022.”
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