European briefs: Gas prices rise in Germany, U.K.
April 4, 2008
The price of gasoline sold through the Army and Air Force Exchange Service will go up a few cents Saturday in Germany and the United Kingdom, a week after dropping for the first time in more than a month.
In the Netherlands, prices will increase dramatically for all fuel types, again bringing all grades there above $4 a gallon.
Regular unleaded, sold only in Germany, goes up 3.1 cents to $3.457 a gallon.
Midgrade goes up 2.7 cents in Germany and the U.K. to $3.572 and $3.51 respectively. Premium is up 2.6 cents in both countries, while diesel drops 2.5 cents a gallon.