Maximum prices of petrol in Belgium will increase slightly. This reports the newsletter of the federal public service, SPF Economie.
On Wednesday (30 March), a liter 95 octane will cost 1.305 euro, an increase by 2.8 cent from the current price. The maximum price of a liter of 98 octanes will reach 1.441 euro, an increase with 7.7 cent.
According to the authorities, the changes are due to fluctuations in the rates for petroleum products and/or organic components on the international markets.
The Brussels Times (Source: Belga)