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Business News of Saturday, 30 November 2019


COPEC alleges presence of adulterated diesel on market

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers, COPEC, is alleging the presence on the Ghanaian market, of adulterated diesel, also called ‘black oil’.

Speaking to GBC’s Radio Ghana, Executive Secretary of COPEC, Duncan Amoah, said there is a fuel smuggling cartel in the Country that has enabled the business to thrive.

He also spoke about the lack of political will to stem the activities of the cartel, putting fuel consumers at risk.

Mr Duncan Amoah also spoke about the implications of using substandard fuel in vehicles.