Morocco’s Gasoline Prices Among Most Expensive in Arab Word, Africa
Morocco came second in the Arab world and seventh in African ranking measuring the most expensive gasoline prices per liter, at 1.537 dollars (around 14 MAD), as indicated by statistics from “Global Petrol Prices” on Monday.
Zimbabwe headed the African list, followed by Mauritius, Seychelles, Burundi, Senegal and the Central African Republic, respectively, on a continent-wide basis, preceding the Kingdom’s placement in the survey.
Syria owns the dubious distinction of having the most expensive gasoline in the Arab world with 1.711 dollars per liter, followed by Jordan with 1.642 dollars for the same quantity.
The prices employed within Morocco’s internal market are incompatible with international pricing. In reaction to any increase in worldwide structuring, prices always climb quickly.
In contrast, there is a steady drop in demand for combustion in the domestic market, as it is currently falling to levels which might benefit Moroccan consumers in foreign markets.