Brazil’s diesel imports rise 23.9% in first four months, sales up 2%

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's diesel imports rose 23.9% to 4.7 billion liters in the first four months of the year, according to data released Monday by regulator ANP, while sales of the fuel by dealers in the country increased only 2% in the same period.

In April, the country imported 1.557 billion liters of diesel, up 30.6% from March and 11% from last year.

The volume of imports recorded in April is the highest since October 2021 (1.85 billion liters), as Brazil seeks to secure supplies in a tight foreign market given the . . .

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