Turkey is the nation where gasoline is the most expensive, costing the equivalent of $9.98 US Dollars (USD) per gallon (3.8 liters), according to 2013 data. The average Turkish person would have to spend almost one-third of his or her daily take-home pay to purchase a gallon (3.8 liters) of gas. Turkey’s fuel prices are about three times higher than the average price in the US, which is not even in the top 50 on the list of nations with the most expensive gas. Norway has the second most expensive gas, at $9.63 USD per gallon (3.8 liters) and is the only oil-producing country among those with the highest fuel prices.
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