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Akumal, Mexico Tops Country in Diesel Prices!

The Federal Consumer Prosecution office has revealed the latest fuel prices at service stations across eight regions in Mexico. This announcement came during President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's press conference at the National Palace. David Aguilar Romero, the head of the Federal Consumer Prosecution office, shared these details during the “Who's Who in Fuel Prices” segment. The prices reported are for the week of April 29 to May 5.

The Gulf service station on Federal Highway 307 in Akumal once again made the list for selling the country's most expensive diesel. The price was 27.28 pesos, over two pesos above the average price of 25.14. In contrast, the average price of regular gasoline was 23.480 pesos per liter, while premium gasoline sold for 25.318 pesos per liter.

The report also touched on the prices of basic goods in the southern region states. From April 29 to May 3, the Chedraui shopping center on Tulum Avenue in downtown Cancún sold the basic goods basket at the highest prices. The cost reached 978.10 pesos, over 200 pesos more expensive than in other states like Tabasco.

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