Export oil duty in Russia increased up to $270.7 per ton

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12:45 01.02.2010
text: "Kazakhstan Today"
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Almaty. February 1. Kazakhstan Today - Export oil duty in Russia has gone up from $267 up to $270.7 for ton since February 1, 2010, the agency reports citing the government's order №32of the Russian Federation of January 28, 2010.

According to the decree, rates of export duties for light mineral oil have increased from $192.2 up to $194.7 per ton, on dark - from $103.5 up to $104.9 per ton.

Export duty for liquefied hydrocarbon gas has grown from $46 up to $65 per ton.

As informed earlier, Russia had export duty of oil at the rate of $267 per ton since January 1, 2010.