Diesel and TNG gas prices in Serbia are among the highest in the region, the Association of Serbian Oil Companies (UNKS) said on Friday, adding that petrol prices are at the regional average.
The average retail price of BMB 95 premium is 142.39 Dinars a litre and the price includes 56.04 Dinars in duties, 23.73 Dinars of VAT and 2.60 Dinars for mandatory reserves.
A litre of Eurodiesel costs an average 158.70 Dinars which includes 57.63 Dinars in duties, 26.45 of VAT and 2.60 Dinars for mandatory reserves.
A litre of TNG gas costs an average of 75.44 Dinars which includes 24.07 Dinars in duties, 12.57 of VAT and 1.44 Dinars for mandatory reserves.
Compared to other countries in the region, a litre of diesel fuel costs an average of 1.344 Euros retail and is cheaper than in Albania and Greece but is more expensive than in Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Romania, Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Macedonia.
TNG gas costs an average of 0.639 Euros a litre which is the fourth highest price in the region. That vehicle fuel is cheaper in Montenegro, Croatia, Romania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and Bulgaria.
A litre of petrol costs and average of 1.206 Euros in Serbia and is cheaper than in Greece, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Hungary but is more expensive than in Romania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and Bulgaria.