Good news for motorists who will be taking the road for the big hunt for the holidays. Michel-Édouard Leclerc, President of the Leclerc Centers Strategic Committee, confirmed to France Info an operation at cost for fuel from 28.00 in the evening until July 30.
This only takes place at the 636 stations in Landerneau shopping centers, but not on the motorways. As a result, according to the company, drivers can spend between two and twelve cents less per liter of fuel, a gain of a few euros on a full one.
Michel-Édouard Leclerc, however, started a small groundbreaking believing that the brands would soon no longer be able to carry out these types of operations, “due to a provision of the Climate Law which provides that it will no longer be possible to grant discounts on fossil fuels from 22 January.” August “despite” a link between inflation and increases in energy prices “.
Meanwhile, Leclerc isn’t the only brand making fuel-call products to then get users onto convenience store shelves. For example, Casino offers a liter of fuel for 85 cents in the form of a refund in the form of a voucher. This operation will be maintained until August 31st.
At the beginning of the school year, Totalenergies promises 10 cents at the end of the year for its part of the 20-cent pump between September and November.
This discount should be combined with the government’s 18 to 30 cent discount. Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Saturday he was in favor of raising them after a compromise with Les Républicains MPs, who called for “going further”. This rebate could go from 18 to 30 cents in September and October, and then switch to 10 in November and 10 in December,” the minister explained. The scrutiny of this rebate will come this Monday when examining the credits of the Amending Finance Act for 2022.
The majority, on the other hand, has rejected any reduction in taxes and VAT on fuel, while the left has tabled several amendments along these lines. Éric Coquerel (LFI), the chairman of the finance committee, has defended a package of prices, pending VAT and oil companies from the outset.