During the week in which Mother’s Day is celebratedPremium gasoline will not have the subsidy granted by the federal government to contain the rise in energy prices in international markets.
From May 6 to 12, consumers of this fuel will have to pay the full amount of the Special Tax on Production and Services (IEPS) of 4.99 pesos for each liter purchased at service stations.
The Ministry of Finance reported that in this period the tax incentive to the IEPS for Premium, which is the most expensive fuel on the market, it will be 0% compared to the rate of 7.42% in force until this Friday.
Of the 32 states, Nuevo León offered the most expensive Premium gasoline in the country, whose average price was 25.68 pesos per liter during March. It was followed by Baja California Sur, where it cost 25.14 units, according to official data from the federal government, from the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE).
as long as for regular or Magna gasoline, motorists and motorcyclists will have a stimulus of 21.65%which is less than the current rate of 25.86%, so they will have to pay a tax fee of 4.63 pesos per liter.
Hence, starting next Saturday and until Friday, May 12, the subsidy they will have will be reduced.
Nor will motor carriers and other consumers who use diesel enjoy full support, since the agency headed by Rogelio Ramírez de la O announced that the fiscal stimulus will be reduced from 10.70% in effect until this Friday, to 3.71% as of March 6. May.
Thus, they will have to pay part of the IEPS fee with 6.26 pesos for each liter they consume.
The fiscal stimulus for the producers and importers of fuels that indirectly supported final consumers not to suffer so much from the “gasolinazo” is maintained at 0%.
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