Lift Duty On Import Of Furnace Oil
Energy & Power|October 1, 2017

Textile millers have demanded duty-free import of heavy fuel oil or furnace oil to keep their factories up and running.

They said the tariff of gas was hiked by 222 percent in the last two years, which was eating up the profitability of the businesses in the primary textile sector as spinning, weaving, finishing and dyeing mills need uninterrupted gas supply.

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