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ACCI calls for control of substandard fuel entering Afghanistan

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ACCI calls for control of substandard fuel entering Afghanistan

gasAfghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) called for the Afghan National Standards Authority (ANSA) to carryout enhanced observations of the fuel.

The request comes as the Ministry of Commerce Oil and Gas Enterprise Department reduced prices on the fuel following pressure from the Gas Sellers Union.

Head of Oil and Gas Enterprise Department Faridullah Sherzai said police stations and elders have been informed to prevent expensive sales within the market and not to allow the sellers and retailer to sell liquid gas for more than 50 AFN per kilo.

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