Croatian Fuel Prices to Finally Drop Below 10 Kuna This Week

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, on Monday, this week, the government should pass a new regulation on Croatian fuel prices, and according to sources from the wholesale market, the pressure on fuel prices could ease. Currently, Croatian fuel prices are being adjusted so that petrol is being sold for 10.6 kuna per litre, diesel for 11.59 kuna per litre, and blue diesel for 7.95 kuna per litre.

tportal’s reliable source from the wholesale market revealed that starting next week, all fuels, especially diesel, could be cheaper.

According to current data, on Monday, a litre of diesel wholesale will be sold at 11.64 kuna, which is 53 lipa less than the current fixed prices.

Petrol will probably drop below ten kuna, because its valid wholesale price from Monday is 9.47 kuna per litre, which is 1.13 kuna less than the current price. Minister Davor Filipovic recently confirmed the very welcome drop in Croatian fuel prices, stating the following:

“When you take into account the trading of petrol and diesel on the Mediterranean market for the past two weeks, there will be a noticeable reduction in the prices of petrol, diesel and blue diesel. So, starting Tuesday, there will be more favourable Croatian fuel prices.”

He said that he couldn’t give any specific figures yet “because at the moment things are still being traded the same way. We’ll see what happens after today’s trading, but in any case, it’s good news.”

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