HAVANA TIMES, March 10 – Cuba should increase the energy saving measures to face the oil price hike, Rafael Tenreiro, assistant director of the state-run Cuba Petróleo (CUPET) oil company, affirmed. “The international situation is of much uncertainty,” and “it is impossible to predict how much more the prices will go up,” the official said. The island produces half of the fuel it needs and the rest is imported from Venezuela at preferential prices, reported IPS.
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