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Kenya Leaves Fuel Prices Unchanged for Month Beginning Aug. 15

An attendant refuels a motorcycle taxi at a gas station in Nairobi, Kenya.

An attendant refuels a motorcycle taxi at a gas station in Nairobi, Kenya.

Photographer: Patrick Meinhardt/Bloomberg

Kenya left the cost of fuel unchanged for a second consecutive month for the period beginning Aug. 15, according to the Energy & Petroleum Regulatory Authority.

The retail price of gasoline will remain at 159.12 shillings ($1.33) per liter in the capital, Nairobi, EPRA said in a statement on Sunday. The price of diesel stays at 140 shillings, and that of kerosene at 127.94 shillings, according to the statement.