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Belarus to raise oil export duties from February

Staff Writer |
Belarus will raise export duties on oil and oil products for markets outside the Eurasian Economic Union starting from February, the government press service said.

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The export duty on crude oil will be up from $79.1 to $89.5 per ton.

The duty on straight-run gasoline will rise from $43.5 to $49.2 per ton, and that on commercial gasoline will be up from $23.7 to $26.8 per ton.

The duty on light and medium distillate exports will increase to $26.8 per ton, up from $23.7 dollars.

The same rate will be applied to other oil products such as diesel fuel, benzene, toluene, xylene and lubricants.

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