* Politically sensitive gasoline price rise been expected * Comes amid sanctions on gasoline imports, pollution fear * Other prices hikes to be announced (Releads on announcement, adds Ahmadinejad) By Robin Pomeroy TEHRAN, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The price of gasoline will rise four-fold in Iran in the coming days, state television announced late on Saturday, as the most politically sensitive part of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's subsidy cuts plan takes effect. Iranians have been ...
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