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Israel to cut taxes on meat, gas, electricity to curb price hikes

Report: Israeli Finance Ministry planning series of tax and tariff cuts on foods, gasoline, and electricity to curb rising prices.

Israel to cut taxes on gas, meat, dairy products, electricity

Gas prices to drop slightly

Gas prices drop by .5%, full-service additions stay stable.

Gas prices to drop slightly

Good news: Gas prices drop to lowest since 2009

On Thursday night as New Year starts, updated gas prices will drop 3.5%, shaving off 21 agurot from last month.

Good news: Gas prices drop to lowest since 2009

Gas Prices Drop to Lowest in Five Years

At midnight self-service Benzene 95 prices are to drop over half a shekel from last month, as prices reach their lowest in five years.

Gas Prices Drop to Lowest in Five Years

Price of Gas to Rise by 0.08 Shekel/Liter

The price of gas will go up to 7.40 shekels/liter this Saturday night.

Price of Gas to Rise by 0.08 Shekel/Liter

Gas Prices Spike to All-Time High

If you're a motorist in Israel, better fill up the tank while you can. Prices at the pump are set to rise to an all-time high this weekend.

Gas Prices Spike to All-Time High

Fuel Price Dropping by 3%

One liter of 95 octane gasoline will cost NIS 7.43 at self service pump, as world oil prices dip.

Fuel Price Dropping by 3%

Report: Obama Blaming Israel for Fuel Prices

The Obama administration is blaming Israel for the recent rise in global crude oil prices, says its "posturing" on Iran brought the rise.

Report: Obama Blaming Israel for Rising Fuel Prices

Gas Price Goes Up – but Only to 8.00 NIS

Netanyahu and Steinitz reduce excise tax by 15 agorot per liter, price rises to 8.00 NIS, not 8.15 as planned.

Gas Price Goes Up – but Only to 8.00 NIS

Netanyahu Lowers Tax on Gasoline

Hours before the gas prices were to rise, PM Netanyahu lowered the tax gasoline by 0.10 shekels. Full service will still be 7.95 shekels.

Netanyahu Lowers Tax on Gasoline

Sign of the Times: Demand Drops for Housing

Just when you thought the economy was turning around: government figures show there's been a sharp drop in demand for homes in Israel.

Sign of the Times: Demand Drops for Housing