ANP suggests white flag at gas stations

The National Agency for Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) suggested this week, in a public hearing, the use of white bombs, that is, those without flags, in gas stations. The recommendation is part of a series of possible changes that, according to the company, would make the process of reselling fuels simpler.

Distributors and industry associations are against the idea, claiming that the change can hinder oversight and generate distrust of buyers, in addition to not respecting the consumer protection code acting contrary to the right of information and transparency.

"We will be deceiving the consumer who enters the Ipiranga station, hoping to be served with the quality of the product and the service that makes him go to that specific post," said Bárbara Cristina, ipiranga representative.

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