Georgia imported 90,200 tons of petroleum in September
Georgia imported a record amount of petroleum in September, 90,200 tons, exceeding the volume in August by 9,400 tons. It also imported 36,100 tons of gasoline and 54,100 tons of diesel fuel, Trend reports.
Georgia has imported a total of 596,700 tons of fuel since the start of the year, exceeding the volume in the first nine months of 2012 by 17,400 tons. Imports of other petroleum products totaled 37,200 tons.
Adapted from Vestnik Kavkaza
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