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Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Tetor 2022
The prices set by the Board will come into force today, October 1st at 18:00 and will be valid until the next meeting of the Board where the changes in the sales prices will be reflected.
The transparency board that was created has strictly followed in its decisions the movement of the Platts Mediterranean stock exchange for diesel, gasoline, as well as the official invoices of the operators.
The Ministry of Finance feels obliged to clarify the public opinion that not every movement of the crude oil exchange is reflected at the same time and to the same extent in the diesel and gasoline exchange.
The Board has only set maximum gross margins for wholesale and retail, with which operators must cover all operating expenses.
So, the decisions taken by the board and the change in sales prices are only related to the changes in the Platts Mediterranean exchange for diesel and gasoline, not the crude oil exchange, as well as the movement of the dollar exchange rate.
All other elements that form the price are fixed and the board does not make a decision on these.
The Ministry of Finance and Economy is committed to protecting the interests of Albanian consumers and maintaining the principles of fair competition in the market.
The situation we are going through is not usual, so the decisions we make come as a response to the developments of the local economy, but also to the movements of international markets.
We draw the attention of every wholesale and retail operator of oil by-products on the obligation to implement this decision.
In case of violations found by different operators, the suspension of the activity will be imposed.
We are constantly monitoring the progress of the stock exchanges, with the aim of responding as quickly as possible