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Fri, April 19, 2024

NOC pays over Rs 13bn to IOC with government’s assistance

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KATHMANDU: Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC), the state-owned trading enterprise, has paid Rs 13.2 billion to the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) for the purchase of crude oil. The NOC, which has reportedly suffered losses, asked for Rs 1.8 billion from the government and paid the IOC in the second instalment, said the NOC’s spokesperson Binit Mani Upadhyay. NOC took the amounts from the price stabilisation fund of the government. It sent the second instalment to the IOC today. The price stabilisation fund board of directors meeting on Friday decided to provide Rs 1.8 million to the NOC. The NOC has been reportedly incurring losses as prices of petroleum products have increased in the international market. It would further endure losses if prices of petroleum products are not adjusted following the increment in the purchase price, according to experts. Meanwhile, the NOC is worried about how to pay the third instalment to the IOC for want of money, it has been learnt. By RSS READ ALSO:
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