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The cost of rail transportation of oil products to the Far East will increase by 13,4%

Starting from August, Russian Railways will increase tariffs for transportation to the ports of the Far East - for oil and oil products by 13,4%, diesel fuel - by 12,5%, Reuters reported, citing a company representative.

The desire to raise oil tariffs, contrary to the decision of the Russian government to freeze all tariffs of natural monopolies, was expressed at the end of last year. Yakunin said that the growth of oil tariffs for the entire 2014 year will bring RZD 16 billion rubles in revenue, and if all tariffs are cleared, the monopoly may be at a loss.

In May, the head of the monopoly Vladimir Yakunin said that the government approved the decision to increase the tariff, but it has not yet entered into force.

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