French President Emmanuel Macron is under pressure over growing fuel prices in France. But how do the costs there compare to elsewhere in Europe?
The French president says planned tax rises on petrol and diesel will go ahead, despite a threatened nationwide protest by motorists.
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Strikes over labour reforms have left fuel in short supply in France.
CGT: strikes to continue over labour law reforms More petrol stations run dry Picket action spreads to ports and power plants Government stands firm A fuel crisis in France seems to be getting wors
French police break up protest outside oil refinery Six out of eight refineries blockaded 2000 petrol stations running out of petrol Tourists stranded as petrol shortages bite French police began
Stressful for some, the drive to work is causing a bigger headache than usual for commuters in France.
Long queues in France at service stations due to fuel shortages after refinery output fell following stoppages over government labour law reforms.
Suzuki has joined Mitsubishi in admitting used the wrong fuel economy tests for some of its cars, but Japan's transport ministry said those two were the only carmakers to do that.
Managers have now admitted they have been using an improper fuel-efficiency testing method since 1991.
British Airways-owner IAG is forecasting a 40 percent profit rise this year as it benefits from lower fuel prices though it does face problems from the stronger dollar.