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    Italy extends its discount of 30 cents on fuel until October 5

    04 August 2022, Italy, Rome: Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi speaks during a press conference at the end of the Council of Ministers. Photo: Roberto Monaldo/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/dpa – Roberto Monaldo/LaPresse via ZUM / DPA

    The Government of Italy has decided to extend until October 5 the discount of 30 euro cents on fuel prices that has been in force since March and has been renewed as the expiration dates approached.

    The decision has been made jointly by the Ministry of Economy and Finance and by the Ministry for Ecological Transition.

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    In the week that was from August 22 to 28, fuel prices registered an increase compared to the previous week, according to data from the Ministry for Ecological Transition. The average price of gasoline reached 1.761 euros per liter, 0.7% more than the previous week. On his side, diesel rose by 3.69, to 1,808 euros.

    A year ago, gasoline in Italy cost 1,650 euros, while diesel stood at 1,499 euros. Before the pandemic, in the last full week of August, fuel prices stood at 1,568 and 1,456 euros per liter, respectively.

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    Source: Europa Press


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