Kazakhstan to ban export of mineral oil since June 1- September 1
Astana. May 22. Kazakhstan Today - Kazakhstan government decree on introduction of temporary ban on export for gasoline and diesel fuel was published in the official press on Thursday, the agency reports. "The decision will come into effect after ten calendar days after the first official publication," the text of the document states. According to the decree, with the purpose of stabilization of domestic market of mineral oil export of gasoline and diesel fuel, except for oven fuel and household fuel, will be forbidden till September 1, 2008. Customs Control Committee of the Ministry of Finance of Kazakhstan has been charged to take necessary measures to implement the decree. The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan has been charged to notify EurAsEC Integration Committee on introduction of interdiction on export of mineral oil from the territory of Kazakhstan.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today