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Greece: Petrol prices scale new heights

28. April 2011. | 07:27

Source: ANA

The average price for unleaded petrol reached a new record of 1.71 euros per litre on Wednesday, up from 1.708 on Tuesday and 1.709 on Monday.

Petrol prices resumed their upward climb on Wednesday after stabilising over the Easter holiday.

The average price for unleaded petrol reached a new record of 1.71 euros per litre on Wednesday, up from 1.708 on Tuesday and 1.709 on Monday.

The highest price recorded was 1.899 euros per litre in Magnesia prefecture and the lowest was 1.619 in Athens.

The regions with the highest petrol prices were Crete, the Eptanisa island group and Eastern Aegean islands, while the lowest prices were in Attica and Thessaloniki.

Heating oil prices also reached a new high at 0.919 euro per litre on average, ranging from 0.85 in Kavala to 1.03 euros per litre in the Cyclades islands.


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