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Dutch people queuing for cheap Belgian fuel

In Belgium you can refuel cheaper today than before. The excise duty has been reduced by 17.5 cents per liter, which means that many Dutch people look for the pump across the border.

In Poppel, under Tilburg, among other places, Dutch cars are queuing up to refuel. A liter of petrol costs 1.77 euros there, the recommended retail price in the Netherlands is 2.41 euros, according to UnitedConsumers.

“At 08.00 hours the first Dutchmen were already queuing. I have even provided a diversion route with crush barriers to ensure that everything goes safely,” the pump owner In Poppel told the newspaper. GARDEN.

Also in Maasmechelen, across the border at Geleen, many Dutch people were filling up early:

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