Ministry of Economic Development: oil export tax will rise to 14.4 dollars per ton
MOSCOW, May 1 – RIA Novosti. The tax on exports of oil and black oil products from Russia will increase by ten cents to $14.4 per ton from May 1, according to the Ministry of Economic Development.
From March 15 to April 14, the average price of Ural oil was $ 51.15 per barrel, or $ 373.4 per ton. A month ago, the price of one barrel of the main export class of Russia was $ 50.8.
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The tax on light petroleum products and oils will be $4.2 per ton. The export fee for commercial gasoline will be $ 4.3, normal (naphtha) – $ 7.9.
The tax on exports of liquefied gas and fractions of pure LPG will remain zero from 1 May. The coke tax will be $0.9 per ton.
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