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Fuel cheaper in Armenia than in Georgia

By Messenger Staff
Thursday, April 19
Fuel prices in Georgia are higher than they are in Armenia. Some analysts suggest that monopolies in the Georgian market have created higher prices artificially. Others suggest that Armenia receives and sells contraband fuel, whereas in Georgia exchanges are above-board and subject to taxes and tariffs. Petrol station services in Georgia are generally considered to be of higher, more Western standards.

Regardless, the price of fuel in Armenia, while still lower than Georgia, is rapidly rising.