Market Talks: Is Brazilian clean fuel demand back at pre-pandemic levels?

Author Argus

After an average 40pc drop at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for clean fuels in Brazil has been rising steadily, and is now approaching pre-crisis levels.

How did this recovery unfold for each fuel type and how is this reflected in pump prices?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Argus’ Brazil Bureau Chief Camila Dias and consulting firm Aprix’s chief executive, Guilherme Zuanazzi, analyse Brazil’s clean fuel demand recovery.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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