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Iran: Holiday Season Gasoline Sales Exceed 1.8b Liters

Although most roads across the country were deluged with water due to unprecedented rainfall in the past three weeks, gasoline sales were still of the upward order
Iran: Holiday Season Gasoline Sales Exceed 1.8b LitersIran: Holiday Season Gasoline Sales Exceed 1.8b Liters

Gasoline consumption between March 20 and April 5 -- marking the Norouz (Persian New Year) holiday season -- hit a new record at 1.85 billion liters, showing a 1.9% rise compared to the same period last year. 
Motorists burnt an average of 109 million liters of gasoline per day in the period, the Persian-language Donya-e-Eqtesad newspaper reported Sunday.
The highest and lowest consumption rates belonged to March 20 and April 2 with 136 and 76 million liters respectively.
The highest daily gasoline consumption figure in the past was on July 22, 2018 when demand rose to 121 million liters.

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