Croatias INA continues to cut petrol and diesel fuel prices.

By bne IntelliNews March 20, 2013
Croatian oil and gas company INA continued to reduce petrol and diesel prices as of March 19, which is the second fuel price decrease for this year, according to the companys new price list published on its website. The retail price of Eurosuper BS 95 Class was cut to HRK 10.49 (EUR 1.38) per litre from HRK 10.82. Eurosuper BS 98+ Class price fell to HRK 10.83 per litre, down from HRK 11.17. The retail price of Eurodiesel BS Class fell by 1.6% to HRK 9.77 per litre. Blue diesel fuel prices stepped down by 2.9% to HRK 6.1 per litre. The retail fuel prices in the country are adjusted every two weeks in line with the pricing of oil products on the Mediterranean market and the exchange rate of the US dollar.

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