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Slovakia remains 12th on EU petrol price chart

Slovakia's ranking on the EU petrol price chart remained unchained from last week.

Slovakia kept its 12th place on the list of the EU's most expensive petrol mostly because prices remained almost unchanged in most countries over the previous seven days.

As of August 6, 95-octane petrol in Slovakia cost Sk38.31 per litre, according to the website www.natankuj.sk. The cheapest 95-octane petrol in the EU was usually available to customers in Estonia, where the price was Sk29.16 per litre. In Lithuania, drivers bought the same petrol for Sk30.69 last week.

On the other hand, 95-octane petrol was the most expensive in the Netherlands, where it cost Sk48.77 per litre.

Slovakia remained in 21st place in the ranking of diesel prices in the EU.

-SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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