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Baltic capitals show different trends in fuel prices

В столицах стран Балтии наблюдаются разные тенденции цен на топливо

Over the past working week, different trends in fuel prices were observed in the capitals of the Baltic countries – in Tallinn they increased, in Riga only diesel fuel became more expensive, and in Vilnius prices did not change. Fuel prices. Illustrative photo. Fuel prices. Illustrative photo. Photo: Konstantin Sednev

Over the past working week, different trends in fuel prices were observed in the capitals of the Baltic countries – in Tallinn they increased, in Riga only diesel fuel became more expensive, and in Vilnius prices did not change.

At the end of the working week, the highest price of gasoline was in Tallinn, the lowest in Vilnius. Diesel fuel was the most expensive in Riga, the cheapest in Vilnius.

In Riga, at the Circle K gas station on Krasta Street, the price of grade 95 gasoline has not changed – 1,664 euros per liter, while diesel fuel has risen in price by 1.9% to 1,634 euros per liter.

In Vilnius, at the Circle K gas station on Savanoriu Avenue, the price of grade 95 gasoline, as a week earlier, was 1,539 euros per liter, and the price of diesel fuel was 1,489 euros per liter.

In Tallinn, at the Circle K gas station, the price of 95 gasoline increased by 0.6% to 1.689 euros per liter, the price of diesel fuel increased by 2.6% to 1.579 euros per liter.

Autogas prices in Riga and Vilnius have not changed compared to the previous week – 0.735 and 0.642 euros, respectively. In Tallinn, the price of autogas decreased by 1.5% to 0.67 euros per liter.

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