The Spanish government will extend its discount of 20 euro cents per liter on fuel until September 30, in order to “protect (…) from the effects of war”.
The overtime season is in full swing. After France or Italy, Spain announces in turn granting extra time upon his delivery of 20 cents per liter on fuels. Specifically, Spanish motorists will benefit from this aid for three more months. That is, until September 30, instead of June 30.
The country’s Prime Minister, Pedro Sǻnchez, has announced the news on June 1. In a speech to deputieshe explained that “the government will expand the war response plan“. ” We’re going continue to protect the families and businesses of our country as long as the effects of the war last. »
At present, the price of fuels in Spain is hovering around two euros per liter, according to the Global Petrol Prices website. The SP98 even easily exceeds this bar of two euros, according to Diesel Gasolina. Prices quite close of those practiced in France. As in France and around the world, these rates are in strong increase for several months. Last February, the liter thus amounted to around €1.50/L.
Discounts go into overtime
This decision should delight Spanish motorists, as well as tourists or cross-border commuters. She echoes that of France, where the government’s 18 cents per liter rebate is to be extended. Even though all the details are not yet knownunlike Spain.
Italy will also to prolong the discount introduced in mid-March. For this, the government has decided on a reduction in excise taxes and VAT. In Germany, a discount is also established since Wednesday, June 1. The latter figure at the height of 30 cents per liter for premium fuels and 14 cents for diesel.
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