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Croatia wakes up with the largest increase in petrol prices in the last three months

Written by  Jun 09, 2020

Petrol in Croatia has new prices since midnight and this is the largest increase in the last three months – reports.

Gasoline prices went up by an average of eight kuna for a full 50-liter tank, and diesel by 7.5 kuna.

A liter of Eurosuper 95 is on average 16 lipa more expensive than in the last week. Its average price is 8.65 kuna, and at some gas stations it goes up to 8.81 kuna.

Eurodiesel increased for 15 lipa per liter. Its prices range from 8.17 to 8.41 kuna, and at most points of sale is 8.25 kuna.

The price of autogas varies between 3.93 and 4.14 kuna.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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