FAS: Gasoline is not getting cheaper along with oil, because there is a growing ruble

FAS: Gasoline is not getting cheaper along with oil, because there is a growing rubleAntimonopoly service has given the answer to the question that worries motorists recent months: why the price of oil falls, and the cost of gasoline is not? The reason is the exchange rate, said the head of the Federal Antimonopoly service Igor Artemyev."We believe that this situation should be under control and on, despite what happens with the ruble. If the answer to the question why there has been a significant price reduction, despite the fact that on the world market has decreased the prices of oil and oil products, in fact, there was a direct correlation with what happened with the ruble. That is, how fell, oil prices, as, unfortunately, weakened and the ruble, and it directly offsetting options. There are only minimal differences in these relative units...," said Artemyev at the meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.Medvedev asked whether there are other reasons preventing the falling prices? For example, the inclusion in the cost of gasoline excise taxes.



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