(EnergyAsia, Feb 8) — The Vietnamese government has decided to increase the import tax on gasoline by up to 15% despite the slight drop in world oil prices recently.   Vietnam News reported that the finance ministry has been under pressure to raise prices to reduce subsidies now spent on capping retail oil prices.  …

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The Vietnam government has decided to increase the import tax on gasoline by up to 15% despite the recent drop in world oil prices, Vietnam News reported.             The officials said the finance ministry decided to raise the taxes to offset the rising cost of domestic product subsidies.             At the same time, they pointed…

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