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The suggested increase will be good for Gazprom, but for “all other companies that receive Gazprom’s services it will mean exactly the opposite — a significant burden increase,” Belyakov said.
“Moreover, it will support inflation growth. That is why we do not back the proposal,” he said.
On June 18, business daily Vedomosti reported that Gazprom has asked the government to raise its 2015 prices by 3-4% above the forecasted inflation to make local end export gas prices equal and help the company fund its investment program.