NAV: 12 violations after 2,000 filling station inspections
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The National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) has inspected more than 2,000 filling stations since November 15, and the financial inspectors have found violations of the official price in only 12 cases so far, according to State Secretary for Parliamentary Affairs of the Ministry of Finance András Tállai, writes Magyar Hírlap.
The audit experience is positive, gas stations ensure compliance with the law, and NAV has imposed a total fine of HUF 3.2 million in the decisions made so far, the emphasized.
From November 15, the government fixed the price of non-premium petrol and diesel at a limit of HUF 480 per liter. The average price of petrol per liter without the price stop would be approximately HUF 510, and that of diesel HUF 530.
The petrol station will thus protect families and the economy at the same time, and it can also help reduce inflation, the state secretary said.
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