ISLAMABAD, (APP): The Petroleum Division (PD) on Thursday said petrol prices in the international market had witnessed a sharp increase during the current year, but Pakistan maintained it at the lowest level despite financial constraints for facilitation of the masses.
Currently, the PD in a tweet said, more than three-quarters of countries in the world were selling the commodity at a higher rate as compared to Pakistan.
Drawing a price comparison, it said Pakistan was providing per liter petrol at the rate of Rs233.89 to consumers, Bhutan Rs244.98, Sri Lanka Rs258.89, Kenya Rs281.84, America Rs284.73, India Rs270.18 Nepal Rs298.59, Italy Rs412.83, Canada Rs349.25, Britain Rs429.62, Norway Rs553.67, and Hong Kong Rs614.86.
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