|Auto fuel||Kerosene||Diesel Fuel||Cooking Gas|
The two tables above and below show IraqSlogger's latest exclusive data, back by popular demand, for prices of key fuels and household staples in nine different areas of the Iraqi capital.
Prices for consumer fuels, in the table above, are those charged by unofficial black-market fuel sellers who distribute fuel outside the official state-run network of fueling stations, which suffers from chronic shortages and long queuing.
The fuels in question are auto fuel, kerosene, used especially in home heating, diesel fuel, and cooking gas, which is a form of blended butane sold in refillable canisters and used in food preparation.
Street prices for staple fuels are often far higher than the official state-set rates. Auto fuel, for example, retails in official stations for 400 Iraqi dinars/liter, but is selling for well above that across the capital.
All data presented are for the week ending October 13.
The table below shows the latest prices gathered by IraqSlogger's sources for key household commodities in the nine different districts, including two kinds of staple breads, khubuz and samoun, and a carton of Marlboro cigarettes.
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