High Prices Jeopardize Russia’s Refining Subsidy

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Russia’s refiners are between a rock and a hard place. High motor fuel prices might rob them of a crucial subsidy, which would result is massive losses for the month, while at the same time Moscow is planning to slap stricter rules on both exports and domestic sales of refined products.

Refining, Diesel/Gasoil
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