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The Commerce Commission has concluded that fuel industry profits are persistently higher than necessary and wants Z, BP and Mobil to open up their terminals to competitors with a transparent spot price.
The Commission's retail fuel market study, released on Thursday morning, recommends the introduction of terminal gate pricing and increasing contractual freedom for fuel resellers.
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