In a month of the last increase in the prices of fuels, filling stations posted new prices. The prices of gasoline and diesel fuel are by about 1 leu higher, while the price of liquefied petroleum gas is by about 0.80 lei higher, IPN reports.
In the middle of last December, the gasoline and diesel fuel grew by about 0.60 lei a liter more expensive, while the price of liquefied petroleum gas was raised by about 0.40 lei a liter.
Currently, gasoline of “95” type is sold for an average price of 17.10 lei a liter, diesel fuel for 14.45 lei a liter, while the liquefied petroleum gas for 10.10 lei a liter.
Earlier this month, the Competition Council said that given the ascending tendency of the international quotations and the rise of up to 9% in excise duties stipulated in the budgetary-fiscal and customs policy for 2021, the retail fuel prices are expected to go up.
Since March 2019, fuel sellers have set the retail prices of the main fuels and liquefied petroleum gas by themselves, within an annual markup of 10%.