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The average retail price of regular gasoline in Japan rose for 10 weeks in a row to hit the highest level in seven years and three months, reflecting high crude oil prices, the industry ministry said Wednesday.

As of Monday, the price stood at ¥169.0 per liter, up ¥0.3 from a week earlier, the ministry said.

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