Iraq struggles to switch from imported fuel to national gas

Despite awareness campaigns and government subsidy, users are reluctant to move away from conventional fuel

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    The Iraqi government is trying to get people to switch from imported fuel to locally produced gas.

    All new public transport vehicles must run on liquefied petroleum gas or LPG.

    But despite awareness campaigns and government subsidy, users are reluctant to move away from traditional fuel.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Baghdad.


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