Croatias INA raises fuel prices.

By bne IntelliNews July 12, 2011
Croatian oil and gas company INA has raised retail petrol prices, daily Banka Magazine reported. The price of the most popular fuel, Eurosuper BS 95, reached HRK 9.66 per litre, up by 0.5%. The price of Eurosuper 98 rose by 0.6% to HRK 9.96 per litre. The Eurodiesel price dropped by 1.1% to HRK 8.92 per litre, while diesel prices went down by 0.9% to HRK 8.61 per litre. These prices will be valid for the next two weeks.
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