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Fuel prices fall

PETROL prices should return to a level of around Sk40 per litre. Slovnaft cut their prices by around Sk0.50 on average. Other gas stations usually follow Slovnaft’s lead in prices.

The average price for a litre of petrol could soon fall to Sk40.40. Diesel remains slightly lower at a level of Sk39.90 per litre, the Pravda daily reported.

On September 19 only one-fifth of Bratislava gas stations were selling gas below the Sk40 per litre mark. That number is expected to increase by at least half following Slovnaft’s price cuts.

Compiled by Magdalena MacLeod from press reports
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