Petroleum dealers’ end nationwide strike after successful talks with govt

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) called off their nationwide strike on Thursday after successful negotiations with the federal government over an increase in their profit margin, ARY News reported.

According to details, talks between petroleum division and petrol dealers’ remained successful after the government agreed over increasing their profit margin by Rs0.99 per litre.

Most of the petrol pumps across the country discontinued selling fuel on Thursday as petroleum dealers went on a nationwide strike for an indefinite period in protest against low-profit margin.

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