Fuel shortages are driving Lebanon to the brink • FRANCE 24 English

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As #Lebanon’s economic #crisis deepens, and with its #currency losing more than 90% of its value, the Lebanese now face fuel #shortages and long queues at gas stations. The #government has also cut fuel subsidizes, resulting in an increase in fuel prices. 20 liters of #gasoline now cost $47 on the official exchange rate instead of $30. While 20 liters of diesel cost $37 instead of $21. France 24’s Sally Farhat reports.

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