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Belarus reduced export duties on oil and oil products from September 1

Belarus from September 1 reduces export duties on oil and oil products exported outside the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union. The corresponding decision is contained in the resolution of the Council of Ministers No. 620 of August 28, 2018, BelTA reports with reference to the government website.

The export duty rate for crude oil will be reduced from $ 135.4 to $ 130 per 1 ton. straight-run gasoline will decrease from $ 74.4 to $ 71.5 per 1 ton, for commodity gasolines - from $ 40.6 to $ 39 per 1 ton.

The duty for light, medium distillates will be $ 39 per 1 ton ($ 40 , 6). The same duty is set for diesel fuel, benzene, toluene, xylenes, lubricants and other oils.

The rates of export customs duties for crude oil and certain categories of goods produced from oil were changed on August 1 . Then they were also reduced.

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