Gasoline sales rise on falling prices
Sales of gasoline and diesel increased year-on-year due to falling prices in Hungary from January-November, Hungarian business daily Vilaggázdaság reported today.
Gasoline sales were up by a y.o.y. 3% and diesel sales were up by a y.o.y. 8% in January-November the paper said, citing data from the Hungarian Petroleum Association (MASZ).
Sales of premium gasoline increased by 18% and sales of premium diesel grew by 24% as compared to the same period last year.
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