Sales of fuel at Hungarian pumps up 9.2%

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Turnover of gas and diesel fuel at Hungarian petrol stations was up 9.2% year-on-year in July, according to data compiled by the Hungarian Petroleum Association. 

This is only a slight decrease from June’s figures which were recorded at 9.3%. RON 98 sales were down 24% in H1 2015 as compared to 2014 while Premium diesel was up 35.3% in 2015 first half compared to 2014.

The Hungarian Petroleum Association made its calculations based on “aggregated figures provided by the individual member companies for the given period” and through its method of data collection, individual sales volumes cannot be attributed to any company in particular.

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