Different trends in fuel prices in the Baltic countries – BauskasDzive.lv

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Last working week, fuel prices in the capitals of the Baltic States had different trends – prices in Riga did not change, in Tallinn they decreased, but in Vilnius fuel prices increased, according to the data collected by the agency LETA on changes in fuel prices in the capitals of the Baltic States.

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At the end of the working week, the highest gasoline price was in Tallinn, followed by Riga and then Vilnius. On the other hand, diesel fuel was the most expensive in Riga, followed by Vilnius, while the least expensive diesel fuel was in Tallinn at the end of the working week.

In Riga, at the “Circle K” gas station on Krasta Street, on Friday, the prices of gasoline and diesel fuel of brand 95 remained the same as the week before, with both products costing 1,614 euros per liter.

In Vilnius, at the “Circle K” gas station on Savanorju prospect, the price of 95-grade gasoline increased by 1.4% – to 1.464 euros per liter, while the price of diesel fuel increased by 3.2% – to 1.599 euros per liter.

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In Tallinn “Circle K” filling stations on Friday, the price of 95% gasoline decreased by 1.8% and at the end of this working week cost 1.659 euros per liter, while the price of diesel fuel fell by 1.9% – to 1.559 euros per liter.

Autogas prices in Riga and Vilnius did not change during the week and cost EUR 0.745 and EUR 0.652 per liter, respectively. Meanwhile, the price of autogas in Tallinn increased by 1.5% – up to 0.68 euros per liter.


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