At yesterday’s session, the Serbian government approved an amendment to the decree on capping the prices of petroleum derivatives, which allows companies that need fuel for their everyday operations to buy a maximum of 60 litres of fuel, on top of the fuel in their vehicles’ tanks.
Furthermore, the government banned the export of sunflower oil.
The fuel decree was adopted primarily with farmers in mind considering that they need their agricultural machinery to perform their daily duties.
The ban does not apply to raw sunflower oil (only the refined one) considering that raw sunflower oil is not used for human consumption but mostly in the paint and varnish industry.
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