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MINSK, December 3 (Itar-Tass) —— Retail prices of car fuel have increased by 10 percent in Belarus on Saturday.
The cost of A-95 petrol increased up to 6,100 rubles (0.71 cents per one liter), A-92 petrol - - up to 5,700 rubles (0.66 cents per one liter), Normal-80 - - up to 5,400 rubles (0.63 cents per one liter) and the winter diesel fuel Arktika - - up to 7.100 rubles (0.83 cents per one liter).
“Prices of oil products were changed in order to gradually equalize prices of goods in the countries of the Customs Union and raise the effectiveness of work of Belarussian refineries,” a representative of the press center of the concern Belneftekhim said.
Specialists noted that retail prices of oil products remain to be lower than the level of similar prices in the Russian Federation by 20-30 percent.