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Haitian Public Forcing New Approach to Fuel Price Reform The Government of Haiti on July 6 imposed price hikes for a variety of fuels, sparking violent protests across the country that cost lives, destroyed property, shut down air traffic, and even caused embassies, business, schools, and other entities to restrict transit and activity in the country. The government increased gasoline prices by 38 percent, kerosene by 51 percent, and diesel by 47 percent.Currently, gasoline costs $0.88 per liter while diesel costs $0.7 per liter, according to Global Petrol Prices. While a relatively low price globally, as one of the world's poorest nations, the rates are still higher than other wealthier countries in the region, such as Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and...
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