The United States and a number of allies want to keep the $60 per barrel limit as they revise the price limit for Russian oil, but Estonia, Lithuania and Poland are in favor of lowering the price to $40-50. It has been reported Bloomberg.
According to the agency, the US and allies want to wait until March to revise the ceiling on crude oil prices and keep the cap at $60 for now, as they believe the new mechanism is already working to limit prices. At the same time, a coalition led by Estonia, Lithuania and Poland is pushing for a lower ceiling price, which they consider too high compared to current market prices.
Former European Commission (EC) subtract A proposal on price limits for Russian petroleum products for consideration by EU countries.
Before that, Bloomberg takes into account To introduce a price limit of US$100 per barrel for Russian diesel fuel and US$45 for Russian petroleum products traded at a discount.
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