Macedonia is one of the three top countries in Europe with cheapest fuel prices.
In the region, Macedonian citizens enjoy the cheapest fuel prices. The most expensive gas prices are paid in Greece--94.03 MKD per liter and the highest oil price is paid in Albania 81.48 MKD per liter
The newest survey that analyses the gas prices in 43 European countries, including Israel, shows that Macedonia has one of the cheapest fuel prices compared to all European countries, and the cheapest prices in the region.
In Europe, the highest gas price for Euro-super 95 is in Netherlands 103.25 MKD per liter and in Macedonia this price is 67 MKD per liter. The only countries with cheaper gas prices than Macedonia are Ukraine--53.19 MKD and Russia--31.48 MKD per liter.
The most expensive oil price of Euro-diesel is in Great Britain--96.92 MKD per liter and this price in Macedonia is 51 MKD per liter. Again, the only countries with cheaper oil prices than Macedonia are Ukraine--45.87 MKD and Russia--29.82 MKD per liter.
In the region, Macedonian citizens enjoy the cheapest fuel prices. The most expensive gas prices are paid in Greece --94.03 MKD per liter and the highest oil price is paid in Albania 81.48 MKD per liter. The citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina are next on the list after Macedonia, with oil prices of 66.05 MKD per liter and gas prices of 67.58 MKD per liter.
FUEL PRICES IN EUROPE By AUGUST 21, 2015 (all prices are per liter) Nr. Country Unleaded 95 RON 34 Macedonia 1,085 [euro] MKD 67,00 44 Russia 0,482 [euro] RUB 36,810 55 Ukraine 0,850 [euro] UAH 21,190 Nr. Country Diesel 34 Macedonia 0,826 [euro] MKD 51,00 44 Russia 0,457 [euro] RUB 34,890 55 Ukraine 0,733 [euro] UAH 18,290 Nr. Country LPG 34 Macedonia 0,454 [euro] MKD 28,00 44 Russia 0,231 [euro] RUB 17,640 55 Ukraine 0,345 [euro] UAH 8,600
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|Publication:||Macedonian Business Monthly|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2015|
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