Fuel prices will rise again, starting this Monday.
The increases in both petrol and diesel will be around a cent, with the former settling at 1.673 euros per liter, while the second will be around 1.472 euros per liter.
It should be noted that the evolution of costs depends, however, on each filling station, the brand and the area in which it is located.
But the truth is, the data is not encouraging. The latest report from Brussels shows that, after taxes, the average price of 95 petrol in Portugal is the fifth most expensive in the entire EU.
Diesel occupies the 10th position among the countries in the community space. The same data show that taxation is the factor that weighs most on fuel prices in Portugal.