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Nigeria launches "modulation mechanism" allowing crude price fall to cut petrol costs

Reuters | Abuja | Updated: 19-03-2020 01:46 IST | Created: 18-03-2020 23:10 IST
Nigeria launches "modulation mechanism" allowing crude price fall to cut petrol costs
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Nigeria has introduced a "modulation mechanism" that will allow a reduction in petrol costs if there is a decline in crude prices, a presidential aide said on Wednesday.

"Nigeria has now introduced a modulation mechanism - if crude oil prices go down we will see a reduction in petrol prices. If prices go up we will see an increase," Bashir Ahmed said in a tweet. He attributed his remarks to the petroleum minister.



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