Photo Credit: Oren Nahshon / Flash 90
An Israeli man fills his tank at a gas station in Jerusalem. Israel has some of the highest prices in the world for gasoline.

As of Sunday June 2nd the price of gasoline in Israel will be reduced.

The maximum price per liter of unleaded 95 octane gasoline for a consumer at a self-service station (including VAT) will not exceed 7.52 Shekels ($2.03) per liter, a decrease of 0.38 Shekels ($0.10) per liter from the previous update. The supplement for full service will be 0.22 Shekels per liter (including VAT), unchanged from the previous update.

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