Publié par : investorseuropegi | septembre 6, 2016

‘Cost of fuel for consumers not lowered due to illegalities in supply contracts’ @investorseurope 

The price of oil on the international market fell 52 percent between 2013 and 2014 to about US$30 per barrel, but the cost of fuel in Mozambique has not fallen, which the government justifies by saying that it was to compensate for subsidies that prevented fuel price from rising since 2008, when gas stations were … Continue reading “Cost of fuel for consumers not lowered due to illegalities in supply contracts” – CIP

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 » The price of oil on the international market fell 52 percent between 2013 and 2014 to about US$30 per barrel, but the cost of fuel in Mozambique has not fallen, which the government justifies by saying that it was to compensate for subsidies that prevented fuel price from rising since 2008, when gas stations were paid the difference in the international price. »


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