The Buenos Aires government ordered ‘concrete measures’ to get gasoline in the Atlantic coast
Buenos Aires, January 6, 2013
The Buenos Aires government said Friday it decided “concrete steps” to control the “alleged misconduct” fuel on the Atlantic coast.
“We have set specific measures to safeguard the interests of consumers and users of the Province, following public demonstrations for an alleged lack of fuel in the area of the Atlantic coast,” said the Minister of Production, Cristian Breitenstein.
He explained: “Inspectors dependent send the Provincial Trade, to control the distribution and sale of gasoline and diesel to run normally on the coast.”
That information will be forwarded to the Ministry of Domestic Trade of the Nation, which is the implementing authority.
In recent days, fuel shortages were detected in numerous stations of different brands, located on routes 2 and 11.
In a statement, Breitenstein said Governor Daniel Scioli “asked us to control abuses and defend the tourist”, and stressed that actions are carried out by “price controls, supply and product quality to the consumer that this season is still very high, above expectations.”
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