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Greeece: 2nd most expensive fuel prices in Europe

Prices for unleaded gasoline and diesel are galloping in Greece making the already expensive daily life even more difficult. According to February data of Greek Motorists’ Club (ELPA), the country comes 2nd in the list featuring fuel prices in Europe. While today the price of unleaded gasoline is between 1.56 and 1.65 euros (average 1,605), the average price for both fuels remained at the level of the previous month, ie €1.593 for unleaded and €1.391 for diesel.

On the basis of price collection, the higher prices for unleaded gasoline occurred in following countries: – Netherlands: 1,657 € / l  –Greece: 1,593 € / l  -Belgium: 1,559 € / l -Portugal: 1,511 € / l -Finland: 1,489 € / l -France: 1,483 € / l -Italy: 1,472 € / l  -Germany: 1,476 € /

 
The cheapest prices were recorded in Belarus 0,783 € / l– Kosovo: 1,10 € / l – Luxembourg: 1,253 € / l  – Spain 1,28 € / l -Estonia 1,217 € / l

Highest prices for Diesel  were recorded  in Ireland 1, 399 € / l – Greece 1,391 € / l – Belgium: 1,386 € / l – Portugal with 1,369 € / l – Germany with 1,354 € / l – Italy: 1,357 € / l -France: 1,323 € / l

… and the lowest in Belarus: 0,624 € / l, Andorra: 1,032 € / l, Luxembourg: 1,148 € / l.

 

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