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This note was prepared by Jehann Jack.
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Oil prices reached a record of US$147.50 per barrel on July 11, 2008.
The domestic gasoline prices for WAEMU countries averaged US$1.34 per liter in 2010, ranging from US$1.04 per liter in Benin to US$1.68 per liter in the Ivory Coast.