Diesel: The huge costs of a small increase

van Zyl, Johann
December 1999
Finance Week;12/17/99, p23
Focuses on the effects of increase on price of diesel in South Africa on agriculture. Containing of the diesel price to ensure fair prices; Fuel as third largest intermediate expense in agriculture.


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