From Circle K's price comparison of the Baltic countries' fuel prices, it appears that Tallinn's fuel prices have risen higher than prices in Riga and Vilnius in a week.
On Friday, January 8, the most expensive fuel was sold in Tallinn with both the prices of diesel and petrol increased by 11 cents.
The price of 95-octane petrol on was €1.259, which was 8 cents more than in Riga and 12 cents more than in Vilnius.
The price of 98 miles plus petrol in Tallinn was €1.309, which was 7 cents and 9.1 cents more expensive than the prices in Riga and Vilnius.
The price of diesel fuel in Tallinn was €1,089, 3 cents more than in Riga and 1 cent more than in Vilnius.
In Riga, the price of petrol decreased by 1 percent but the price of diesel remained the same. In Vilnius, the price of petrol increased by 2 percent and the price of diesel remained the same.
Fuel prices can vary in different gas stations.
Editor: Roberta Vaino