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20:01 29 May 2022
Post by: WBJ

Petrol in Poland up by over 35% since beginning of war

Petrol in Poland up by over 35% since beginning of war
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Petrol prices in Poland during the war in Ukraine increased the most among all European Union countries. Since the beginning of the war, petrol in Poland has risen by over 35 percent. Diesel prices have risen slightly less. These are the conclusions from the compilation of data included in the weekly review of fuel prices in the European Union, published by the European Commission. It shows that the balance of consequences of the war for Polish consumers is the most unfavorable of all monitored EU countries. 

The analyzed data cover the period from the third week of February (i.e. immediately before the Russian attack on Ukraine) to the third week of May. They show that in terms of the rate of growth of petrol prices, Poland is unrivaled in the EU: in the Czech Republic, which is second in our ranking, petrol prices increased by 23.1 percent in this period. Out of 26 countries from which the European Commission publishes data in its bulletin, there was no decrease in petrol prices in any of them, but in some the increase was several times lower than in Poland. In Italy, the price of petrol increased only by 1.25 percent. Fuel prices increased slightly in Holland (8.27 percent), France and Ireland (10 percent each).

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