Fuel price regulation extended for a year

The Slovenian government has extended the existing system of partial regulation of motor fuel and heating oil prices for another year. The regulation is in force for filling stations outside the country's motorway network.

While the prices of fuels sold along motorways are not regulated, the prices of fuels sold outside the motorway system are calculated every fortnight based on oil derivatives' prices on the global market and the dollar-euro exchange rate.

The system entered into force in June last year as a means of keeping prices low for consumers and reigning in inflation...

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