LNG and straight-run gasoline are among the top sellers at exchange auctions

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 On Monday, March 20, 12 transactions were concluded at the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan for a total of $15.8 million, ORIENT reports.

 Representatives of Afghan business circles purchased a total of 8.5 thousand tons of liquefied gas.  The cost of each ton of production was estimated at $310 per ton.  The total amount of concluded transactions exceeded $2.6 million.

 Entrepreneurs from Turkey and Afghanistan purchased 30 thousand tons of straight-run gasoline, the cost of each ton of which was estimated at $439.25.  The total amount of all transactions concluded for the oil product amounted to more than $13.1 million.

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