Gasoline and heating fuel prices have risen sharply in Germany after the so-called car fuel discount was canceled in the country on September 1.
According to the German news site 24RHEIN, the price of a liter of E10 premium gasoline rose by an average of 25 cents to 2.02 euros. The price of diesel fuel rose by 17 cents to 2.17 euros.
It is expected that prices at gas stations will continue to rise, and soon a liter of gasoline may reach 3 euros.
And the German government reduced the tax on fuel for a period of three months from June 1 to support the population in the face of rising prices for gasoline and diesel fuel.
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