Hezbollah-owned company offers fuel oil for reduced prices

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The Hezbollah-owned petroleum corporation Al-Amana has announced that it will sell Iranian fuel oil at reduced prices until the end of September after the oil arrived in Lebanon without authorization from the country’s government. The corporation, which has been sanctioned by the US government, said in a statement that it would sell oil for Lebanese lira and charge 140,000 lira (approximately $9.15) for 20 litres of fuel oil. The statement said the rates would be lower than the official government price, which is $10.98 for 20 litres of fuel oil, not counting the transportation costs and profi…

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