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Uzbekistan Increases Vehicle Fuel Taxes

by Tatiana Smolenska, Tax-News.com, Moscow

08 January 2014


Uzbekistan has raised the tax on the consumption of gasoline and diesel fuel for motor vehicles by UZS25 (USD0.01) to UZS265 per liter, effective from January 01, 2014.

The official price of one liter of AI-80 gasoline is now UZS1,670 (up from UZS1,645), while one liter of AI-91 gasoline costs UZS1,835 (up from UZS1,810), and one liter of AI-95 gasoline costs UZS2,020 (up from UZS1,995).

In addition the consumption tax for liquefied natural gas for motor vehicles was hiked from UZS165 to UZS180 per liter and the rate for compressed natural gas was lifted from UZS200 to UZS220 per cubic meter.

The country has been suffering from a shortage of fuel for vehicles due to problems affecting refinery capacities.

In 2013 the government raised the tax on fuel consumption by UZS40.

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