Gasoline prices in the Balkan countries

The Balkan Peninsula represents a colorful puzzle of countries with many common historical traits and very different present political and economic conditions. From wealthy Slovenia, a former Yugoslav republic and now an EU, OECD and NATO member, to Turkey with its booming economy, also a NATO and OECD member and EU applicant, to much less well-off Bosnia and Herzegovina, once also part of Yugoslavia. Prices of transport fuels reflect these various economic conditions and political frameworks, i.e. purchasing power between countries and the difference in tax regimes imposed by governments. In the chart below, we show average final prices of gasoline based on the latest available To see the latest retail gasoline prices in Europe please visit data. As seen from our calculations, what drivers pay at the pump varies greatly from country to country.

Price of gasoline, USD per liter
Albania 2.1194
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.3942
Bulgaria 1.4956
Croatia 1.6253
Greece 2.0111
Macedonia 1.3845
Montenegro 1.6253
Romania 1.4286
Serbia 1.6444
Slovenia 1.5397
Turkey 1.1936

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