Those who came to the pump on Monday, February 22, paid 5.15 lei for a liter of gasoline, and 5.24 for diesel. This while in November 2020 I paid 4.43 lei for a liter of gasoline, and 4.38 lei for diesel, writes Digi24. Therefore, regardless of the fuel used, we now pay more than 70 money more than we paid 3 months ago.
Economists warn that if the trend continues, it will trigger price increases in the chain.
“There is an increase in quotations for both petrol and diesel, an upward trend in oil products as a result of the economic recovery. It is also a reason for happiness for the state, because half are excise duties and taxes that go to the state budget, but on on the other hand, economically, it is not a matter of joy, the transport services are increasing, which is reflected in the increase of the costs of the transported goods “, says Razvan Nicolescu, former Minister of Energy.
The highest fuel prices in Europe are in countries such as the Netherlands, Norway and Italy. For example, 1 liter of gasoline in the Netherlands costs 8.14 lei, in the case of diesel the Norwegians pay the most, ie 7.22 lei. On the other hand, the lowest prices for gasoline were in Ukraine – 3.88 lei, and for diesel in Moldova – 3.48 lei per liter.
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