India has removed its tax on importing very low-sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) in order to ensure the country's ports have enough of the new fuels, which have become mandatory for ships since the turn of the year, writes Reuters.
Several Indian refineries have for a while now been producing low-sulfur fuel for ships. But the new fuels are not yet available at all Indian ports, which is why import needs to increase.
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