Carriers concerned about introduction of ethanol

PANAMA transportistas including taxis and delivery vehicles met on Sunday, September 1, to voice concerns about the addition of ethanol to gasoline.
On that day at least 149 gas stations nationwide sold 91 and 95 octane gasoline combined with 5% ethanol.
Carriers, some of whom have cars for dating from 1960, are concerned that the Government has not made it clear who will be responsible if their vehicles suffer mechanical damage.
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