May 29, 2018 / 7:09 PM / a year ago

Brazil regulator allows fuel distributors to share equipment for 15 days

BRASILIA, May 29 (Reuters) - Brazilian regulators on Tuesday allowed fuel distribution firms to share equipment for up to 15 days in order to resume fuel supplies faster after a week-long nationwide truckers’ strike.

The board of antitrust watchdog Cade unanimously voted to approve a petition put forward by Petrobras Distribuidora SA , Ipiranga Produtos de Petróleo SA and Raízen Combustíveis SA. Other fuel distribution firms may also share equipment during that period, provided they notify Cade. (Reporting by Bruno Federowski; editing by Grant McCool)

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