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Thirteen EU countries had cheaper petrol than Slovakia

Motor fuel prices in most European Union (EU) countries continued to increase last week and Slovakia was no exception. According to Natankuj.sk, Slovakia ranked fourteenth on the petrol price chart and moved up one place, to twentieth, on the diesel chart.

Motor fuel prices in most European Union (EU) countries continued to increase last week and Slovakia was no exception. According to Natankuj.sk, Slovakia ranked fourteenth on the petrol price chart and moved up one place, to twentieth, on the diesel chart.

Last week, Romania topped the petrol price chart with the cheapest petrol. The average price of 95-octane petrol was Sk32.62 per litre. Malta was first in the diesel price chart with Sk33.14 on average. As of March 17, the average price of 95-octane petrol in Slovakia reached Sk39.17 per litre, while a litre of diesel cost Sk41.37. Compared with other Visegrad Group countries and Austria, Slovakia had the most expensive diesel. Petrol prices are lower only in Hungary, by Sk1.63 per litre on average. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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