- Russia Strikes Back at Belarus in New Trade War
- Russia to Up Oil Exports to Belarus in Q1 2013 - Transneft
MINSK, September 3 (RIA Novosti) – Belarus has raised export duties for oil and oil products from September 1, the republic’s government said Tuesday.
Export duties for crude oil were raised to $400.7 from $379.8 per ton, while duties for oil products including diesel fuel were increased to $264.4 from $250.6 per ton.
Export duties for liquefied hydrocarbons were hiked to $75.5 from $40.5 per ton.
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