On August 3, retail prices for gasoline and diesel fuel increased again in Ukraine. Since the beginning of August, fuel has risen in price by 1.5 hryvnias, RBC-Ukraine reports, citing monitoring data from the A-95 Consulting Group.
It is reported that the Avias network increased prices for gasoline and diesel fuel by 1 hryvnia, the UPG network – by 50 kopecks, Shell – by 1.28 hryvnias for gasoline and 1.11 hryvnias for diesel, KLO – by 90 kopecks for gasoline.
According to monitoring data, the average retail prices for A-95 gasoline are 49.85 hryvnia per liter (+0.47 hryvnia), for diesel fuel – 49.10 hryvnia per liter (+0.50 hryvnia), for autogas – 23, 55 hryvnia per liter (+0.04 hryvnia).
Recall that from July 1, VAT was returned on fuel in the amount of 20%, which was valid before the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, and from March 2022 it was paid at the level of 7%. In addition, the former excise rates began to operate.