Malaysians are one of the highest fuel consumers in the region where even price increases have not deterred motorists. Since 2004, they have consumed more than 400 litres per capita annually, which is much more than Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, China and India. Singapore, which was ranked second among the list of six countries, only consumed 250 litres per capita in 2007. India and China consumed under 50 litres per capita in 2007, according to data collated from the Finance Ministry, Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry, International Energy Agency and Global Insight. Even with fuel prices at its highest in mid-2008, when petrol was at RM2.70 and diesel at RM2.58 a litre, consumption still grew by 8% annually and almost 20 billion litres are expected to be consumed by the end of 2010.