TALLINN - Estonia's auto company associations and several major oil sellers signed a joint petition on Nov. 15 in support of the Environment Ministry's plan to postpone a ban on the sale of diesel with high sulfur content. The Estonian Association of Auto Enterprises, the Estonian Association of International Road Carriers, the Estonian Oil Association and several retail companies fear that, if high sulfur gasoline is banned a dramatic price-increase at the pumps will be inevitable. By delaying the ban, the retail traders can continue importing high-sulfur Russian and Belarusian gasoline an...
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