Belarus has reducing export duties on oil and oil products from August 1
Since August 1, Belarus has reducing export duties on oil and oil products exported outside the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEC), said on Monday the government's press service.
The corresponding decision is fixed in the decision of the Council of Ministers of July 28, 2017 N565.
"The export duty rate on crude oil reduced from 80,9 dollars to 74,4 dollars per ton. The duty for naphta is from 44,4 dollars to 40,9 dollars per 1 ton, for commodity gasoline from 24,2 dollars to 22,3 dollars for 1 ton, "- said in a statement posted on the official website of the Council of Ministers.
The duty on light, medium distillates is 22,3 dollars per 1 ton (24,2 dollars). The same duty is established for diesel fuel, benzene, toluene, xylenes, lubricants and other oils.
Earlier, the rates of export customs duties on crude oil and certain categories of goods produced from oil changed on July 1. Then they were promoted.