Croatias INA cuts fuel prices as of May 29.

By bne IntelliNews May 29, 2012
Croatian oil and gas company INA will cut petrol and diesel prices as of Tuesday, May 29, daily Jutarnji list reported, quoting information provided by the economy ministry. The retail price of the most popular fuel, Eurosuper BS 95, will drop to HRK 10.45 (EUR 1.4) per litre from HRK 10.67. Eurosuper BS 98 will be sold at HRK 10.78 per litre, down from HRK 11.02. The retail price of Eurodiesel BS Class will decline by 1.4% to HRK 9.79 per litre. Blue diesel fuel prices will drop by 2.5% to HRK 6.17 per litre, while heating oil prices will step down by 2.4% to HRK 6.96 per litre.
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