Czech fuel prices stop rising

Fuel prices in the Czech Republic have stopped rising, according to figures by CCS, a monitoring firm. The price of the most popular petrol, Natural 95, only registered a slight increase compared to last week, to reach the price of 36.8 crowns per litre. Meanwhile, the price of diesel has seen no increase at all, with an average price per litre remaining at 36.2 crowns. Analysts say the halt in price rises has been influenced by decreasing prices of oil on the international market. The highest prices of fuel were registered in the capital; the lowest in southern Bohemia.

Author: Jan Richter