Petrol body gets more time off from Competition Act

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Cape Town – The Competition Commission has granted the South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) another exemption from a section of the Competition Act, a government gazette revealed on Friday.

The body applied for a five-year extension of the exemption, but has only been exempt until the end of 2017.

Sapia is a trade organisation representing the main petroleum and liquefied petroleum gas companies in South Africa and includes companies like BP, Chevron, Engen, Sasol, Shell and Total.

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