This world map shows the cost of fuel in each country during the year 2012. Each price is determined per gallon in U.S. dollars.
At just six cents a gallon, Venezuela has the cheapest gasoline price in the world.
Conversely, Norway’s gas prices are the most expensive, at $9.38 per gallon. In fact, European countries shown on the map have some of the world’s highest prices of gasoline.
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