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Slovenia to liberalise fuel prices on motorways

Fuel sold at service stations off highways will still be capped

16 June, 10:09
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, JUN 16 - On June 21, prices of motor fuels sold along highways in Slovenia will be deregulated, while petrol and diesel sold at service stations off highways will be still capped, the Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob said on Wednesday evening. The new regime will kick in for a year, the Slovenian news agency STA reported.

"Under the new model fuel prices would be similar to those in Croatia, but below those in Austria or Italy. Given Tuesday's stock market prices, regular petrol sold outside motorways could go up to just above EUR 1.70 a litre and on motorways by up to 20% and more," STA wrote. (ANSA).

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