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Increase in fuel imports

There has been a significant increase in the import of fuel from the Birgunj customs office.


Nepalnews
2022 Apr 12, 8:59, Parsa
Nepalese petrol tankers heading to the Chinese border of Kerung are pictured on a road on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal November 2, 2015. Nepal signed a deal last Wednesday with China to import petroleum products, its embassy in Beijing said, as the Himalayan nation tries to boost supplies to deal with a deepening fuel crisis. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar - GF20000043069

The Birgunj customs office has said that 2 million 38 thousand 853 kiloliters of fuel and 187 thousand 456 metric tons of gas worth Rs 148.7 million have been imported.

The COVID epidemic last year saw a decline in domestic trade and transportation. Sumit Gupta, information officer at the office, said that the import of fuel has increased due to the reduction in the transition rate in the current fiscal year. He said that the increase in fuel imports has had a positive impact on revenue collection.

In the last eight months of the current fiscal year, revenue of Rs. 35.83 billion has been collected from the import of fuel for Nepal using the Birgunj trading route. 


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