Belarus in January-July, Russia transferred $ 2.4 billion of export duties on oil products

August 22, Minsk. Belarus in January-July 2012 transferred to the budget of $ 2,409.9 million Russian export duties on oil products derived from Russian oil, BelTA learned from the National Bank of Belarus.

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In July of this year, the Russian budget transferred $ 191.2 million of export duties on oil products. In June, this amounted to $ 377.25 million in May — $ 368.9 million in April — $ 363.7 million in March — $ 448.2 million in February — $ 324.1 million in January — $ 336.6 million For the first six months of 2012 the republic exported 9,810.1 tonnes of oil products, which is 40.2% more than the result of the same period in 2011. The average price of Belarusian oil products amounted to $ 860 per ton, an increase of 6.6% compared to January-June 2011.

For the 2011 budget sent to Belarus Russia $ 3.07 billion of export duties on oil products supplied to third countries.

Since 2011, Belarus imports of Russian oil duty-free, but lists the budget Russian export duties on oil products produced from this hydrocarbon and sold to third countries. Export duties on oil sales of own production (about 1.7 million tons per year) Belarus enrolls in your budget.

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