Euro 95 petrol is more expensive in the Netherlands than anywhere else in Europe, the Telegraaf reports on Thursday quoting research by German motoring organisation ADAC.
A litre of Euro 95 costs an average of €1.69 in the Netherlands, compared with €1.53 in Germany and €1.58 in Belgium, the paper says. Taxes account for some 57% of the Dutch petrol price.
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