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November 2 (SeeNews) - The Serbian government has extended a 38,000 dinars (324 euro) per tonne price cap on pellet fuel until January 31, it said.
The decision aims to protect citizens from a further rise in prices ahead of the new heating season, the government said in a notice in the Official Gazette on Tuesday.
The price cap was introduced in August for an initial 90 days.
(1 euro = 117.291 dinars)
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