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These Cities Have The Most Expensive Gas Prices

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These Cities Have The Most Expensive Gas Prices

These Cities Have The Most Expensive Gas Prices

If you're looking to save money on gas, you may want to avoid driving in Hong Kong.

According to Deutsche Bank's annual " Mapping the World's Prices" report, you'll pay over $2 for one liter (or a fourth of a gallon) of gas in Hong Kong.

That is more than double the amount that drivers pay in New York.

According to Business Insider, the report—which details the pricing of different goods in different countries, breaks down some of the highest places globally to buy gas.

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