Belarus raises the duties for oil products

From August 1st, Belarus will raise the duties for oil and oil products exported outside the Customs Union. The decision is declared in the order of the Minister Council of Belarus #734 signed on July 28th. They raise the export duty for crude oil from $385.2 to $388.4 per ton, for one-run petrol and trade petrol to $349.5, for light and medium distillates to $256.3 per ton, as well as for benzene, toluol, xylol, fuel oil, lubricants, waste oil products, vaseline, paraphene, oil coke (with exception for calcinated) and bitumen. They raise the duty for diesel fuel to $252.4 per ton, and for liquefied hydrocarbon gases to $147.4.

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