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Consumer price discontent and political pressure: Fuels marketing margins in the first half of 2013

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Gross margins have stayed relatively resilient across most of Europe between the first half of 2012 and first half of 2013, although the effects of the continued economic downturn is apparent in some markets through reduced margins and reduced demand. There has been an intensified interest by consumers and governments in the price of fuel at the pump which has placed additional pressure on the industry through competition enquiries and legislation. In addition to margin changes we...

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  • Figure 4 Estimated oil products share in Slovenia
  • Figure 5 Retail fuel demand growth in Montenegro

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