Hungary's largest oil and gas company MOL introduced a limit on the sale of retail gasoline at a fixed price of 50 liters per day per person, an official representative of the company Piroska Bakos said, Telex.hu reported.
She noted that in case of exceeding the limit of 50 liters per day, people will pay at "market prices". Previously, the limit was 100 liters per person per day. The measure does not apply to trucks and agricultural machinery.
Last week the Hungarian authorities prolonged the restrictions on some food and fuel prices till the 1st of October. A liter of gasoline was fixed at 480 forints (€1.2).
Regulation of prices for a number of food products was introduced in the republic in February. This affected flour, sugar, milk and pork. Gasoline prices have been regulated since November 2021.