Ajman (SOG News Latest. 02 February 2023) Along with the increase in fuel prices in the United Arab Emirates, the Transport Authority has also announced an increase in taxi fares. According to Emirati media, Ajman Transport Authority has announced the change in taxi fares, saying that for the month of February 2023, passengers will be charged 1.83 dirhams per kilometer, which is 5 fils per kilometer more than the previous month. In January, the taxi fare was 1.78 dirhams per kilometer.
The official oil company of the UAE has said that the fuel price committee has announced the prices of petrol and diesel for the month of February 2023 on January 31. In the month of February, the price of Super 98 petrol will be Dh3.05 per liter. Special 95 petrol was priced at Dh2.78 in January, compared to Dh2.67 in January.
Similarly, the price of ePlus91 petrol for February will be 2.86 dirhams per liter, which was sold at 2.59 dirhams per liter last month, while the January price of diesel has also been increased by 3.29 dirhams and its price in February will be 3.38 dirhams. per liter. Despite the high cost of petroleum products in the United Arab Emirates, it has been announced to freeze the prices of more than 200 essential items of daily use, which will be applied until the end of 2023. It will be on everyday products across all categories, including fresh produce and supermarket items.
In an effort to beat global inflation and help UAE residents, Lulu Hypermarket has announced a ‘price lock’ campaign on more than 200 products, which means that by 2023 Until then, there will be no increase in the prices of everyday products across all categories, including fresh produce and supermarket items, at all Lulu stores across the country.