Petrol prices have gone down yet again, as Repsol, which has the biggest share of the Spanish market, dropped its petrol prices by one to three pesetas a litre and diesel by four pesetas. Cepsa, which has the second biggest share of the market, dropped its prices by three pesetas a litre on Wednesday. Repsol had already cut its prices by two to four pesetas a litre earlier this month. The news will bring some relief to motorists worried about the four pesetas a litre tax which the central government will slap on petrol on January 1, to help pay for health care in the autonomous regions. The new price reductions were attributed to a drop in international quotations.


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