Dear fuel, the cut in excise duties will be? extended at least until 20 September


The cut in excise duties on fuels will be & agrave; extended until next 20 September . The measure & egrave; was confirmed by the Government and & egrave; was inserted within the Aid bis decree which will arrive today in the Council of Ministers. The Government, therefore, has kept the promise made recently that it wants to further extend the cut in excise duties until the end of the summer. As we know, the last extension had set the deadline for this measure on August 21st.

Actually, from what we & egrave; learned, the goal is however, to extend the cut in excise duties until October . The new extension until 20 September will cost; approximately 900 million euros. However, there is still no data on the receipts of the extra-revenue for the month of July. When will it be? available, at that point it will be; possible to further extend the measure until the end of October. For this further extension will serve; a specific ministerial decree that the Government would undertake to issue.


We remind you that on petrol and diesel the cut in excise duties is; of 25 cents per liter plus; VAT. For LPG, on the other hand, the reduction is; of 8.5 euro cents plus; VAT. The news comes at a time when the costs of a full tank of petrol and diesel continue to slowly fall thanks to the drop in oil prices.

According to data coming from Quotidiano Energia, the average of the prices in mode & agrave; self service of petrol and diesel are under 1.9 euros. Obviously, if there were no excise duties cut, a full tank of fuel would cost much more, becoming difficult for families.

The government, therefore, aims to contain fuel prices until October . Then the ball will pass. to the new government that will have to; decide what to do if gasoline and diesel prices continue to remain excessively high.

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