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Pakistan Dealers Association decides to end nationwide strike

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Pakistan Dealers Association decides to end nationwide strike

Pakistan Dealers Association has decided to end the strike across the country.

According to the statement, negotiations with the government of Dealers Association have been successful.

Stakeholders agreed to increase the margin by 99 paise, the current margin of high speed diesel by 83 paise.

According to the statement, a 25 per cent increase in dealers’ margins would cover the effects of inflation, and the Petroleum Division would continue its efforts to propose a 25 per cent increase in existing margins.

According to the statement, proposals will be presented to the Economic Co-ordination Committee and the Federal Cabinet.

Stakeholders agreed that transferring additional costs of petroleum products to the general public was not feasible. The government assured the association to review the margin for six months.

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Pakistan Dealers Association has decided to end the strike across the country.

According to the statement, negotiations with the government of Dealers Association have been successful.

Stakeholders agreed to increase the margin by 99 paise, the current margin of high speed diesel by 83 paise.

According to the statement, a 25 per cent increase in dealers’ margins would cover the effects of inflation, and the Petroleum Division would continue its efforts to propose a 25 per cent increase in existing margins.

According to the statement, proposals will be presented to the Economic Co-ordination Committee and the Federal Cabinet.

Stakeholders agreed that transferring additional costs of petroleum products to the general public was not feasible. The government assured the association to review the margin for six months.

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