Unwelcome news for frequent drivers…
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 19th of April, 2018, this considerable rise has also been seen in the Ministry of Economy’s analysis which clearly shows that the price of that fuel in particular rose by more than five percent in just one month.
On the world market, oil prices jumped to nearly 73 dollars per barrel yesterday, which means that crude oil rose by 33 percent in the space of one year.
Trends from world markets have not yet exceeded the fuel price at domestic pumps here in Croatia, but it can be said with some safety that Eurosuper 95 fuel prices will soon exceed ten kuna per litre, Večernji list writes.
As the Ministry of Economy’s data shows, and as some available information suggests, some pumps in Zagreb bore witness to the aforementioned five percent rise in the period of just one month, and on Wednesday, Eurosuper 95 came at a price of 9.99 kuna per litre.