The prices of alcoholic beverages in our country are, on average, six percent higher than the average in the European Union. That’s according to figures published by the European department for statistics, Eurostat.
The highest price levels for alcohol will be paid for in Finland, where consumers, with 82 per cent paying more than the average. Followed by the netherlands (77 per cent) and Sweden (52 per cent). The cheapest alcohol is to be found in Bulgaria and Romania, where the prices are one-quarter below the average.
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