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Iran: New Quotes, Prices for Gasoline

Private car owners can buy 60 liters of subsidized gasoline every month with a fuel card at 15,000 rials (13 cents) per liter, up 50%. Additional purchases (maximum 250 liters a month) will cost 30,000 rials (26 cents) per liter, up 200%
Iran: Gasoline Rationed Again, Exorbitant Rise in PricesIran: Gasoline Rationed Again, Exorbitant Rise in Prices

The National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC) announced Friday that gasoline has been rationed and prices raised by at least 50%.
“Private car owners can buy 60 liters of subsidized gasoline every month with a fuel card at 15,000 rials (13 cents) per liter, up 50%. Additional purchases (maximum 250 liters a month) will cost 30,000 rials (26 cents) per liter, up 200%,” IRNA quoted the state-run NIOPDC as saying.
Motorists wanting more than 310 liters a month must fill up with the cards of gas station attendants. Premium gasoline, marketed as ‘super’ costs 35,000 rials (30 cents) per liter. 
Using subsidized gasoline is only possible with fuel cards that will be charged by as much as 60 liters every month and the unused fuel can be saved for a maximum period of six months. 

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