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World Gas Prices

September 1, 2005

Prices for a gallon of gas in U.S. dollars as of Aug. 15:Netherlands - Amsterdam - $6.48Norway - Oslo - $6.27Italy - Milan - $5.96Denmark - Copenhagen - $5.93Belgium - Brussels - $5.91Sweden - Stockholm - $5.80United Kingdom - London - $5.79Germany - Frankfurt - $5.57France - Paris - $5.54Portugal - Lisbon - $5.35Hungary - Budapest - $4.94Luxembourg - $4.82Croatia - Zagreb - $4.81Ireland - Dublin - $4.78Switzerland - Geneva - $4.74Spain - Madrid - $4.55Japan - Tokyo - $4.24Czech Republic - Prague - $4.19Romania - Bucharest - $4.09Andorra - $4.08Estonia - Tallinn - $3.62Bulgaria - Sofia - $3.52Brazil - Brasilia - $3.12Cuba - Havana - $3.03Taiwan - Taipei - $2.84Lebanon - Beirut - $2.63South Africa - Johannesburg - $2.62Nicaragua - Managua - $2.61Panama - Panama City - $2.19Russia - Moscow - $2.10Puerto Rico - San Juan - $1.74Saudi Arabia - Riyadh - $0.91Kuwait - Kuwait City - $0.78Egypt - Cairo - $0.65Nigeria - Lagos - $0.38Venezuela - Caracas - $0.12
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