Price of diesel in Pyongyang at highest level so far this year
Price increase continues after jump observed in November, though numbers are still lower than 2017 peak pricing
The price of diesel paid by foreigners in Pyongyang jumped to its highest level observed this year, data from the NK Pro Pyongyang Pump Price tracker showed this week.
The cost per liter is now up to 1.6 Euros, which is a ten cent increase on figures registered in mid-November. In the space of a month and a half, the price of diesel has increased by 17.5 percent and is now at its highest level in 2018 and its highest level since October 23, 2017.
The increase occurred after a period of relative stability seen in both diesel and petrol
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