Thursday, May 26, 2011

RUSSIA - Moscow suspends oil exports

"The gasoline will be reserved for the Russian motorists," as the English-language daily. April 28, after leaving a meeting with leaders of oil companies, the Deputy Energy Minister Sergei Koudriachov, announced in May the suspension of exports of Russian oil products. Several regions of the country are currently experiencing a shortage of gasoline.

The media accused the power to have inadvertently encouraged by imposing export pump prices low to counter inflation.

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