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The price of LP gas falls again in CDMX

Consumers' pockets are going to smile, since the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) indicated that the price of LP gas in Mexico City and the States of Mexico will be 1% lower than this week. The new rates will apply from Sunday, April 3 to Saturday, April 9.

The price in Mexico City will be 23.89 pesos per kilogram and 12.95 pesos per liter, while in the States of Mexico, the price will be the same, only that in some municipalities of the entity the final cost changes, so to review In detail, we recommend reviewing the .

At the national level, the lowest price of this fuel was registered in Tamaulipas, in the states of Matamoros, Reynosa, Río Bravo and Valle Hermoso, where the cost is 12.24 pesos per liter and 22.66 per kilo.

The determination of maximum prices takes into account parameters of efficiency and costs of each type of plant, profitability of distribution, cost of taxes, technological efficiency and characteristics of each region, among other criteria.

The highest price of LP gas is found in San Quintín, Baja California, and Mulegé, Baja California Sur, where it is sold at 28.84 pesos per kilo and 15.57 per liter.

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