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A Former USSR Republic Is Fourth on the List of Cheapest Countries for Petrol
26.08.2011 14:48
A Former USSR Republic Is Fourth on the List of Cheapest Countries for Petrol
A list of countries with lowest petrol prices

People's perennial complaints about the amount of money burnt (excuse the pun!) on buying petrol have finally fallen on the listening ears. A British car insurance company Staveley Head, in collaboration with This Is Money website, conducted a research to find out where it is the cheapest to buy petrol across the world.


Predictably or not, it was predominantly oil-rich countries that appeared to offer the best petrol deal to their automotorists: Egypt, Lybia, Oman, and Kuwait. The former USSR Republic of Turkmenistan found itself the fourth cheapest: people there only pay 12p per litre. The cheapest petrol - 2p per litre - is sold in Caracas in Venezuela. Source: Staveley Head, The Daily Mail.Image courtesy is The Daily Mail.

Author: Julia Shuvalova

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