Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 1 Through 7 April
Ljubljana, 9 April - REVIEW/ECONOMIC/WEEK
Tuesday saw a four percent increase in petrol prices as a result of a government decision to introduce a pricing model for petrols. Under this new model which was passed by the government a week ago and came into force on Tuesday, petrol prices will be calculated on the basis of a 14-day average of prices of crude oil on world markets. This in fact means that prices will be newly calculated and adjusted every other Tuesday. A litre of 95-octane unleaded fuel, the most frequently used petrol in Slovenia, now costs SIT 132.80 (0.66 euro), up 3.7 percent.
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