Belarus raises export duties on oil, petroleum products
MINSK. March 1 (Interfax) - Belarus has raised duties on the export of oil and petroleum products from the customs area of the Eurasian Economic Union effective March 1.
The export duty on crude oil, fuel oil, petroleum bitumen, petroleum jelly and paraffin and used petroleum products is raised to $14.2 per tonne in March from $12.8 per tonne in February, according to a government resolution published on the national legal information website. The duty on straight-run gasoline is raised to $7.8 from to $7 per tonne, and that on commercial gasoline, diesel, light and medium distillates, benzene, toluol, xylol and lubricants to $4.2 from $3.8.