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Czech fuel prices reach all-time high

Analysts predict that the price of petrol will continue rising over the next few days. The director of the Czech association of fuel stations, however, expects that the inflated rates will remain at the current level, citing the unrest in Libya and other countries in the Middle East as the main factor behind the price-hikes. Across the country, residents of south Moravia have to pay the most for petrol: 35.6 Czech crowns per liter. In the capital, petrol retails for an average of 35.48 Czech crowns per liter.

 


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