Yesterday Global Petrolprices has released the latest list of the countries with the cheapest and most expensive petrol prices in the world.
According to Global Petrol Prices, a company providing data on retail fuel prices around the world, the average price of gasoline around the world was 4.15AED per liter as of June 29, 2015, almost two-and-a-half times of what we pay for a liter of petrol here in the UAE. That given it is not a big surprise that many people are enjoying to drive big cars with even bigger engines over here. But let’s look at some countries of the ranking:
|Rank||Country||Price per Liter|
|3||Saudi Arabia||0.59 AED|
|167||United Kingdom||6.77 AED|
|170||Hong Kong||7.29 AED|
Looking at this we are still very lucky here with the prices even being on the higher side of the Middle East. This list makes as well pretty clear why Germany has mainly diesel or engines with a low fuel consumption as the price is very high and almost hard to afford. What is your point on this? Sound off in the comments!
Check out the full list on the official website [LINK].
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