Market Talks: Brazil's imported diesel market reorganisation

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Since October, we have witnessed increased interest in diesel imports to the south and southeast of Brazil, even with prices at a premium to the product being sold by Petrobras at its refineries.

Since October, we have witnessed increased interest in diesel imports to the south and southeast of Brazil, even with prices at a premium to the product being sold by Petrobras at its refineries.

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