LONDON — Gas prices are the highest in Hong Kong, a new global study by the Economist Intelligence Unit finds. Prices per liter (0.26 gallons) in the Chinese city total US$1.31. As a region, Europe is the most expensive place to fuel a vehicle, with the average cost of 1 liter of gas reaching US$0.88. Vienna, London, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Paris, Copenhagen and Stockholm are among the top 10 most expensive cities, the study says. Moscow and Athens are the cheapest cities in Europe to buy ...
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