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    Russia's crude oil export duty will increase 4.5 percent to $303.8 per ton from December 1, a governmental decree published on Tuesday said.

    Russia's crude oil export duty will increase 4.5 percent to $303.8 per ton from December 1, a governmental decree published on Tuesday said.

    The export duty on oil produced in East Siberia will amount to $108 per ton from the current $98.8 per ton. The same export duty will be levied on North Caspian oil.

    Export duties on light and heavy oil products will increase to $217 and $116.9 per ton, respectively.

    Export duty on propane, butane, ethylene, propylene, butylene, butadiene as well as other liquefied gases will amount to $118.1 per ton from Dec. 1.

    MOSCOW, November 30 (RIA Novosti)

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