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MOSCOW, March 3 (Itar-Tass) – Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a resolution on the price monitoring procedure on several types of products refined from oil.
The resolution creates the legal mechanism to monitor the prices on liquefied hydrocarbon gases in order to set export customs duties, the Russian governmental press service reported on Sunday.
The document outlined the rules, under which the Ministry of Economic Development is monitoring through survey and fixing the daily prices (purchase and selling prices) on liquefied gases on the border with Poland (DAF Brest) to set the average oil price.
The governmental resolution is made public at the official website of the Russian government (www.government.ru).