Expensive petrol, record prices in Italy: the ranking in Europe

The comparison of the prices at the pump

Fuel and price increases, theItaly is among the European countries where petrol costs the most2,193 euros per liter, surpassed only by Germany (2,202 euros per liter), Finland (2,221 euros per liter) e Netherlands (2,222 euros per liter). This is what emerges from the GlobalPetrolPrices.com ranking which compares the prices at the pump as of March 14th.



There Russia is the country with the lowest price (0.394 euros per liter), followed by Belarus (€ 0.600 per liter), Ukraine (1.104 euros per liter), Turkey (1,266 euros per liter), Hungary (1,284 euros per liter), Malta (1,340 euros per liter), Moldova (1.352 euros per liter).

In fruit salad the price rises to 1.406 euros per liter, followed by Bulgaria (1,423 euros per liter), Cyprus (1,437 euros per liter), Poland (1,446 euros per liter), Serbia (1,454 euros per liter), Bosnia Herzegovina (1,476 euros per liter).

And the Slovenia to break the ceiling of 1.5 euros per liter by recording the price of gasoline at 1.503 per liter, followed by Andorra (1,590 euros per liter), Romania (1,612 euros per liter), Slovakia (1,651 euros per liter) e Croatia (1,662 euros per liter). The cost of gasoline in the Luxembourg starts at 1,731 euros per liter, followed by Lithuania (1,759 euros per liter), Albania (1,807 euros per liter), Spain (1,840 euros per liter).

The neighbor San Marino stands out with 1,854 euros per liter, followed by Czech Republic (1,869 euros per liter), Latvia (1,887 euros per liter), Estonia (1.899 euros per liter).

In Swiss the price reaches 1.909 euros per liter, followed by Ireland (1,919 euros per liter), UK (1,945 euros per liter), Belgium (1,945 euros per liter), Sweden (1,982 euros per liter). No variation between France and Austria (1.987 euros per liter).

The Portugal reports a further increase in the rankings, recording a cost of 2.028 euros per liter, followed by Iceland (2,029 euros per liter), Denmark (2,052 euros per liter), Greece (2,110 euros per liter) e Norway (2,133 euros per liter).



Source-www.adnkronos.com