Russia has introduced a ban on exports of gasoline and diesel gasoline, aiming to stabilize rising home costs and enhance the nation’s gasoline provide
ByThe Related Press
September 21, 2023, 4:26 PM
Russia on Thursday introduced a ban on exports of gasoline and diesel gasoline, aiming to stabilize rising home costs and enhance the nation’s gasoline provide.
The federal government decree stated the restrictions can be momentary however didn’t give a date for them ending.
The transfer was anticipated to result in elevated gasoline costs on the world market.
Russia’s exports of diesel gasoline are estimated at about 900,000 barrels a day and the nation has exported 60,000-100,000 barrels of gasoline day by day, state information company Tass reported.
Tass stated home gasoline costs dropped by about 4% after the ban was introduced.
The ban won’t apply to different international locations within the Moscow-led Eurasian Financial Union buying and selling bloc — Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.